The contemporary style of Alex Kveton’s work was born of his family upbringing tradition as well as the tradition of artistic education. Both, an abstract shape and symbolist’s content are finding its implementation in his artistic approach. So what inspires Alex Kveton today? Nature in its simplicity and beauty, nature with its magnificent structures and creations no one is able to imitate. Nature with its richness of minerals, thanks to which author learned the beauty and capabilities of metal, indispensable partners of his work. Through their magic he creates a very distinctive type of beauty, paves his own path to take initiative, where the nature has completed its work, he humbly takes it into his hands and with a professional courage he uses it to create something very beautiful and very magical.
Alex Kveton is represented in several private and public collections in North & South America, Europe and Russia. His sculpture of Porcupine Caribou, a Corten-steel ten foot tall structure, is in a permanent collection of the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum in Atlanta, Georgia. Museum of Modern Art in New York has in its permanent collection of Architecture and Design “Titanium AlgoRythms Columns” designed and coauthored by Alex Kveton.
“My inspiration comes from studying the nature around us. The intricate structure of a leaf, robustness of grass wind blowing through an open window, or moon reflecting in the water, all create the logical harmony of our nature’s ‘building blocks’.
Nature is pure, clean, and precious in its own creation. Such insights are on my mind when creating sculptures. Simple, yet elegant, intended to enrich, decorate and above all distinguish the space as beautiful flowers or morning sunlight would.”