KEVIN HALFHILL

Artist \ Designer \\ Abstract Art \ Abstract Landscapes \ Geometric Pop Art Portraits

Stadt Neue

Abstract Portraits of Cities of the World

Abstract Distillations

Minimalist Abstracts for Your Interpretation

Disjointed Expressions

Randomly-themed Abstract, Minimalist, and Geometric Art

Macrostellar

Abstract Interpretations of the Universe

Commissioned Portraiture

Privately-held works made upon request

Abstract Art,
Geometric Pop Art & Portraiture
by Kevin Halfhill

Kevin Halfhill is a self-taught digital artist from Los Angeles, California. Now, he works internationally and loves connecting with people everywhere who share his interest in creating beautiful and meaningful things. His work reflects influences of abstract, minimalism, dystopianism, collage, macro photography, and often focuses on complex arrangements of simple geometric shapes. He is known for his colorful, often origami-like portraits, and his use of simple shapes to create intricate, evocative imagery.

October 4, 2016 in Accolades, Press & Studio Announcements

NYC Skylines Collection at Curioos

A while back, I was invited to create a few pieces for a new collection at Curioos NY/Paris: New York City Skylines. Curioos is featuring two of my new pieces in the collection. Take a look after the jump.

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October 3, 2016 in Press & Studio Announcements

For the birds: Rogers Wildlife Rehabilitation Center

I recently created a piece, “Pearl & Friends,” for Rogers Wildlife Rehabilitation Center to celebrate and help support the amazing work they’re doing with Texan avian wildlife. After many months, Pearl’s rehabilitation is complete. Yesterday, she was released into the wild. Learn about her journey.

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January 10, 2016 in Macrostellar

The Curioos Blog: [Interview] Kevin Halfhill, “Macrostellar (s1)”

I was interviewed by Curioos NY about my series of cosmos-inspired, abstract landscapes, Macrostellar (s1). “It’s critical to nurture our creative efforts in whatever we do because it’s such a vital part of being human. Creativity is a large part of our individuality, and therefore also a primary component to living a fulfilling life.”

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