Capture the swirling anticipation the instant before a kiss with the fluid lines, liquid browns and glowing golds. In Rabi Khan’s “Moment Before the Kiss,” influences of digital imagery, and the effects oil and water, create a moody sense of flowing impressionism.
Fluid and sensual, Rabi Khan’s work is filled with pools of undulating colors and shapes. From Dhaka, Khan was educated and employed throughout Bangladesh and North America. He originally worked as a junior artist, an art director, and a graphic artist, before becoming a full-time fine artist. Profoundly influenced by his wife’s pregnancy Khan’s artwork is inspired by childhood drawings in sand and soil, the effects of oil on water, and geometric, futuristic figures.