"My style is dominated by the cityscapes and landscapes that burst from theircanvasses, emitting an authenticity all on their own. My work is best described as post-impressionist, with a VAn Gogh and Monet touches sprinkled throughout yet completely reimagined."Born in Jersey City, New Jersey during the 60s, Chris Kappmeier displayed a creative curiosityfrom an extremely young age. This passion has persisted, with Kappmeier ’s wildly vibrant andplayful landscape paintings.Kappmeier ‘s development is greatly influenced by his post-graduate travels throughout Italyand England. Kappmeier ‘s style is dominated by the cityscapes and landscapes that burst fromhis canvasses, emitting an authenticity all their own. His work is post-impressionist, with VanGogh and Monet touches sprinkled throughout yet completely reimagined. It is the veryjuxtaposition between city life and the beauty found within every nook that creates the constructfor Kappmeier ‘s tiny expressionistic specs that explode onto his pictorial surfaces.A Newark School of Fine & Industrial Arts graduate, Kappmeier ‘s first solo exhibition took placeat the Hoboken Historical Museum. Subsequent, he has sold his work with a local art framegallery. His work has also been featured at the Morris Museum, Mondo Contemporary and theEzair Gallery. Kappmeier studied figure drawing with Professor Peter Schneck, and hecompleted an apprenticed in Syracusa, Italy with Professor James McGinley.