- Color Pop
- Energized Abstracts
- Farmhouse Chic
- Graphic Statements
- Urban Edge
- Vintage Travel
Eskimos, ice, and art. Growing up in Alaska, Worth was drawn to painting to escape the bitter cold. Today, he still lives in Alaska, but his paintings are heating up the art world. Haynes has been influenced by the color theory of Johannes Itten, and the application of color and the transcendent optical effects created by his layering and juxtaposition of color."Color is important in my work. It captures the essence of beauty and movement. Color also becomes a way to convey temperature. Living in Alaska, there is very little day light, so my work acts as a refuge from the darkness. My work is a way of joining polar opposites," Worth says. An imaginative use of color, light, and a passion that burns bright.
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Clearly influenced by color field painters such as Mark Rothko, Haynes Worth brings out the best of her aesthetic sensibilities with his beautiful piece Kindness II. His perfectly constructed palette, dominated by cool colors, will bring a sense of peace and calm to your space, while his intricate and careful textures combine to make the composition visually engaging and clearly masterful. Bring out the best of his colors and textures with a print on our museum-quality canvas, or perhaps framed under glass on archival paper.