Kevin, an artist from the Bellingham community, paints by whim and by muse, swirling colors and sketching shapes. Sometimes he prints an image that strikes him and paints what he sees. Often the canvas draws him into its own composition.
Kevin starting painting in 1997, after a fire destroyed all his material possessions, with an empty canvas and a few tubes of paint. Hundreds of paintings later, he still paints for pleasure, ever evolving his talent and styles. From the “psychological pieces” (as his partner calls them) to landscapes, from oil on canvas to glue and coins on boards, the body of Kevin’s work ranges across medium and style (not to mention across the campus to offices where friends have happily hung his work).
See http://voidblossom.com/photos/thumbnails-2.html for more of his work.