Keith Klabon

Born in Chicago, Illinois on February 1, 1969. Grew up mostly in the mountains outside Golden Colorado on a small ranch. Father was a Western fur trader reenactor and black powder enthusiast participating in numerous reenactments and Rendezvous throughout Keith’s childhood. A disabled Navy Veteran with 17 years of service as a Naval Aircrewman and Ordnanceman. The painting of murals and aircraft were also performed for various spaces and squadrons while serving abroad mainly in the Pacific regions. While on active duty studied Landscape Design, Horticulture, and Professional Pilot at numerous Universities and Colleges. After being injured on active duty focused on multiple disciplines of art mediums for 12 years at Universities, Colleges, and art institutions. A reenactor of the Texas Revolution and American Mexican War and aviation enthusiast. Lives and works in San Antonio, Texas. 

I make small to large scale wall sculptures of representational to abstract works that span the mediums of traditional painting to bas relief sculptures. These wall sculptures entail the use of found and repurposed objects arranged to form a relationship to either abstraction or to plant materials and other elements within a landscape. These wall sculptures are made entirely of found and discarded objects from many origins in which my search takes me.  

The forms of the composition are dictated by the materials in which I have gathered or had been given. These materials convey a feeling to m

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