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artist painting at easel in studio

I’m a storyteller at heart. While I strive to reach past conventional perception,
my art is never purely abstract. Employing simple marks, shapes and symbols, I seek to reflect the nature of my experience, apparent and transcendent.

My circular process is inspired by theories of spiritual origins and the internal landscape I explore while practicing art as my yoga. As I paint, scratch, collage, and draw on my surfaces, I continually propose and obliterate visual ideas, inviting narratives to be suggested and revealed.

 

Each surface I create is a postcard sent back from a exciting journey I’ve undertaken. I invite you to read the work and engage in your own experience of it.
 

Keven Lock is (mostly) retired from a long career creating sets for theater, film, and television, including feature films, Broadway shows, and 17 years as Art Director of Good Morning America. As a fine artist, Keven has shown in Florida, Washington State, and NYC; his paintings have hung in the WNET Studios at Lincoln Center.

Keven studied art and design at Florida State University, painting with John Scheffler, and painting and sculpture with Jack Cartlidge. Keven has also created original works of art for many stage shows and films. His "in the style of” show of abstract expressionist paintings can be seen in the feature film Going All the Way starring Ben Affleck.

Keven lives in Minneapolis, MN.

SHOWS

2024 Current representation: Everett & Charlie Art Gallery - Minneapolis, MN
2021 Art at the Parsonage / Solo Show and Open Studio - Shelton, WA
2021 Souls and Ladders / Solo Show - Artist & Craftsman - Tacoma, WA
2019 (ART?) + TIME_GANTRY - Solo Installation/Performance - Tinkertopia - Tacoma, WA
2018  Group Show / Peninsula Art Association - Shelton, WA
2009 Group Show / 225 Gallery - New York City, NY
2008 Group Show / Art in the Garden - New York City, NY

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