‘Ash in the Snow’ by Ken Cunningham

£640.00

Artist: Ken Cunningham
Title: ‘Ash in the Snow’
Medium: Oil on cradled panel
Dimensions: 11″ x 14″
Framing: Unframed – ready to hang
Year of Creation: 2021
Artwork Will Ship From: Canada

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‘Ash in the Snow’ by Ken Cunningham

Artist: Ken Cunningham
Title: ‘Ash in the Snow’
Medium: Oil on cradled panel
Dimensions: 11″ x 14″
Framing: Unframed – ready to hang
Year of Creation: 2021
Artwork Will Ship From: Canada

About the Artist:

(Artist Bio)

Ken Cunningham is an artist and multiple award–winning director working in the animation industry.

As an artist Ken strives to create work that is mythic, poetic, transformational and personal. His images live in the world of imaginative realism and attempt to pull meaning from the subconscious, as well as the world around him.

His art work has been featured in the Infected by Art annual, on the website of Beautiful Bizarre Magazine, and in 2020 his work was nominated for an Association of Science Fiction and Fantasy Artists (ASFA) Chesley award for best unpublished monochrome work. In 2021 he has been excited to be a part of a series of group shows with WOW x WOW Gallery as well as to be a part of Surreal Salon 13 exhibition, at Barton Rouge Gallery, curated Thinkspace Art in association with Juxtapoz magazine.

As a director he has worked on projects for a diverse range of clients including Lego, Marvel, Lucasfilm and The Jim Henson Company, among others.

Previous to his work in film and television, Ken spent 11 years as a professional dance artist, performing internationally with Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Le Fondation Jean-Pierre Perreault (Montréal), Toru Shimazaki Dance (Japan) and Dancemakers (Toronto), under artistic director Serge Bennathan.