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Faces of Trivia Triptych by Steve Karol
yellow daylilly by Steve Karol
iris abstract by Steve Karol
Main Street Expression by Steve Karol
winter train by Steve Karol
cheetah black and white 2 by Steve Karol
prairie autumn composition by Steve Karol
baby giraffe poster by Steve Karol
River otter on first day of autumn by Steve Karol
Fallen leaf with dew by Steve Karol
White Barn by Steve Karol
Siblings by Steve Karol
Victorian Spring Landscape by Steve Karol
Victorian Spring Portrait by Steve Karol
Floating Melody by Steve Karol
Flight by Steve Karol
Pontiac by Steve Karol
Apricot Tulip by Steve Karol
Narcissus by Steve Karol
Blue Jay by Steve Karol
Gathering Geese by Steve Karol
Resting Buffalo by Steve Karol
Snowy Night by Steve Karol
Autumn Reflection by Steve Karol
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About Steve Karol
I have worked in oils, Acrylic, watercolor, mixed media and photography. Currently I am exploring digital manipulation of my art and photography. The main focus being landscapes and abstracts. My approach to art depends on the subject I am pursuing.
\"My philosophy about art is that art should be an expression of three main concepts. One being beauty. Two being an emotion. Three being an idea. Since there is much malevolence in the world, I feel one has the obligation to point out what is beautiful. At the same time it is important for the artist to express his inner tumult and happiness alike to show how he feels and learn about his relationship with others and his environment. This expression is an important release that can perhaps bring an inner peace to oneself and a better understanding for others who may want to understand you or perhaps something about them. Probably one of the most important of all is the expression of an idea. That idea can be a number of things. It can be political or religious, an opinion or a fact, a new concept or an old tradition. It can be a way to right a wrong. It can also bring about change.\"
I have explored artistic expression since a child.
Bachelor of Architecture, University of Miami, Miami, Fla.
City of Liberty (Mo.) Tree Board (Chairman)
Arbor Day Chair for Tree Liberty
Platte County Arts Council
Served as President to Jackson New Jersey Arts Council in 1982.