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Sirens & Horns

New Works by Ken Keirns
April 10-May 3, 2015


Please Note: Unsold works from this exhibit have been returned to the artist and are no longer available to purchase from our gallery, sorry!


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1
Alex
Oil on Board
8 x 8 in

2
Stupicabra
Oil on Board
5 x 5 in

3
Storm in Heaven
Oil on Board
26 x 18 in

4
First Day
Oil on Board
10 x 20 in

5
Wrong Side of the Bed
Oil on Board
18 x 12 in

6
Match
Oil on Board
7 x 16 in

7
Explorer
Oil on Board
7.5 x 12 in

8
Puppet
Oil on Board
16 x 20 in

9
Red Carpet
Oil on Board
14 x 28 in

10
Smuggler
Oil on Board
16 x 20 in

11
Winsome Losesome
Oil on Board
8 x 10 in

12
False Advertisement
Oil on Board
7 x 9 in

13
Mind Racing
Oil on Board
15 x 10 in

14
Trapper Keeper
Oil on Board
16 x 20 in

15
There Goes the Neighborhood
Oil on Board
11 x 14 in

16
Perennial
Oil on Board
12 x 24 in

17
Sprout
Oil on Board
10 x 10 in

18
Last Call
Oil on Board
14 x 17 in

19
Sirens & Horns
Oil on Board
24 x 24 in

20
Sesame Streetwalkers
Oil on Board
18 x 18 in

21
Rik
Oil on Vinyl Figure
5 x 5 x 6 in

22
Terry, Patron Saint of 80’s Metal
Oil on Vinyl Figure
5 x 4 x 7 in

23
Trapper Keeper Study
Graphite on Paper
5 x 7 in

24
Explorer Study
Graphite on Paper
5 x 7 in

25
Mind Racing Study
Graphite on Paper
14 x 11 in

26
Stupicabra Study
Graphite on Paper
5 x 7 in

27
There Goes the Neighborhood Study
Graphite on Paper
8 x 10 in

28
Sirens & Horns Study (Terry)
Graphite on Paper
8 x 10 in

29
Last Call Study
Graphite on Paper
11 x 14 in

30
Sirens & Horns Study (Monkey)
Graphite on Paper
5 x 7 in

About the Artist

Ken Keirns is a Colorado-based artist who grew up in Flint, Michigan. After spending nearly a decade in Chicago, Ken moved out west (Northern California) in late 2007 to paint full-time and complain about the lack of snow (though he has since relocated to Colorado, where there is plenty of snow).

While his primary focus has been working with oil paint, he has been known to deliver the odd sculpture, toy prototype or mixed media piece. His recurrent subject matter revolves around cranially endowed women and monkeys interlaced with personal experiences, dreams and the occasional bad pun.

Ken's education was in graphic design. He only took a few formal painting classes — he is mostly self-taught through research and trial.

A Rotofugi Gallery favorite, this is Ken's seventh solo exhibit in our gallery.


Purchasing an Exhibit Piece

Unsold works from this exhibit have been returned to the artist and are no longer available to purchase from our gallery, sorry!

Shipping

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