Zero Doubt

Title: Zero Doubt
Year of Creation: 2024
Medium: Acrylic and Shredded Paper
Dimensions: 48 inches x 108 inches
Sale Price: $18,600 USD
Edition Type: Unique, 1 of 1
Current Location: New York, NY, USA

“Zero Doubt” by Gina Keatley

“Zero Doubt,” a stunning triptych from Gina Keatley’s “Atmospheric Fauna” series, embodies the artist’s masterful exploration of the UFO phenomenon. Each of the three 48 by 36-inch canvases is imbued with a meticulous blend of acrylic paint and shredded paper, creating a textured, multi-dimensional surface that captivates and provokes.

This piece draws profound inspiration from Colonel Karl E. Nell, whose resolute belief in non-human intelligence—expressed with absolute certainty—serves as the foundation for Keatley’s work. The title itself, “Zero Doubt,” echoes Nell’s unyielding conviction, inviting viewers to ponder the mysteries of the universe through the lens of abstract expressionism.

Keatley’s use of monochromatic hues, subtly interwoven with vibrant accents, guides the observer through a landscape of both stark reality and otherworldly intrigue. The deliberate lines and sweeping gestures within the composition evoke the intensity of Nell’s gaze, as if scanning the room for hidden truths and otherworldly secrets.

“Zero Doubt” is more than a visual experience; it is a testament to Keatley’s ability to translate complex themes into a poignant and accessible narrative. Her signature style—marked by the interplay of restraint and boldness—illuminates the canvas, inviting a deep, introspective engagement with the art. This triptych not only underscores Keatley’s place in the contemporary art world but also challenges us to confront our own perceptions of the unknown.