Kluesener's work is inspired by the great impressionist painters of France. His articulation of his color is bold and strong, reflecting the work of Van Gogh, Gaughin, and Matisse. Kluesener uses colors derived from nature, significantly heightened and distorted, emphasizing the pristine quality of the landscape. Essayist Dan Brown writes: "Artwork like John Kluesener's may help remind us of what we have to lose if our natural environment becomes irrevocably polluted or decimated. His work certainly proves that contemporary art can be visually pleasing, as well as aesthetically complicated and socially concerned."
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