Loveland artist Lee Knutson uses spray paint to create abstract art

Artist explores sense of place with ‘Somewhere’ series, on display at the Lincoln Gallery













Loveland artist Lee Knutson poses Wednesday, March 15, in front of paintings in his “Somewhere” series that are on display at the Lincoln Gallery in Loveland. (Shelley Widhalm / Special to the Reporter-Herald)













Lee Knutson’s painting “Reflections of the Sun.” (Special to the Reporter-Herald)

If you go

What: The 2017 National Fine Art Show.

When: March 31-April 29.

Where: Lincoln Gallery, 429 N. Lincoln Ave., Loveland.

More info: Call 663-2407 or visit www.lincolngallery.com. For more about Lee Knutson: visit his Instagram site at triangle_boxes.

Loveland artist Lee Knutson jokingly calls himself a graffiti artist — he uses spray paint to create abstract images on canvas.

Knutson, who lives on a farm in Johnstown and works as a ditch rider, has six of his abstract impressionism paintings is his “Somewhere” series on display at the Lincoln Gallery in Loveland.

Two of the paintings, “The City Somewhere” and “Reflections of the Sun,” will be part of the 2017 National Fine Art Show, a judged show March 31 to April 29 representing artists from 18 states.

“Those paintings could be somewhere sometime,” said Knutson, a painter for 12 years who began showing at the Lincoln Gallery in December and at Lola’s Fresh Patina in February. “I want people when they look at…

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