‘oh no’ by Karl Deuble
Artist: Karl Deuble
Title: ‘oh no’
Medium: Acrylic and spray paint on wood panel
Dimensions: 16″ x 12″ x 1.5″
Year of Creation: 2020
About the Artwork:
“I tend to work somewhat without a plan and usually the finished painting has a different meaning in the end. This painting is about feeling anxious, stressed, and overwhelmed with the various things my eyes are seeing, whether it’s the state of the world or my cat licking the rim of my coffee cup.” – Karl Deuble
About the Artist:
Karl Deuble is an Albuquerque based artist, print maker and musician who lives with his partner and their two cats. Born and raised in New Mexico, Karl’s artwork is inspired by skateboarding, graffiti, cats, cartoons, music, etc.
Using a variety of mediums in his work including acrylic, spray paint, screen printing, ink and graphite, Karl’s paintings begin as colorful, chaotic, abstract splatters of paint. Each subject he paints has an air of humor, foolishness, and/or dread, focusing on a person’s inner, random thoughts and the mundane experiences of everyday life.