Artist: Kenneth Joaquin (b. 1948)
Title: Stained Glass Gone Awry
Description: Acrylic on canvas
Dimensions: 36 x 48
Stained Glass Gone Awry by Kenneth Joaquin
All Sales Are Final. The Gallery does not accept returns of art, sculpture or other items based on buyer’s remorse. Therefore, we do our best to provide excellent photos of the items listed for sale along with as much information and details as possible. Also, insurance is included with shipping costs and will cover any damage to art and other items during shipping.
The Gallery outsources packing and shipping. We will assist customers by obtaining shipping quotes from the best shippers in the area. Quotes will include the cost of packing, shipping, insurance and any extraordinary the cost of any extraordinary shipping requests. It is then up to customers to select the shipper that best meets their needs. Any items that are damaged during shipment will be covered under insurance and is handled directly between the shipper and the customer. No refunds are available for items damaged during shipping.
Kenneth Joaquin or “Ken” as he prefers to be referred to, is certainly rising in the ranks of well listed and highly sought-after artists. He was born in 1948 in Tulare County, California.
Primarily self-taught, Ken’s love and natural aptitude for the Arts, led him to ‘College of the Sequoias’ and ‘Columbia College’, where he studied both painting and sculpture, while exhibiting his work and picking up various awards along the way.
Working out of his small studio in San Diego, California, he continues to create exceptional abstract paintings that reflect his talent for composition and use of color. Ken’s style of painting has been compared to that of Rufino Tamayo and other visionaries of abstract expressionism, however he has clearly developed a style of painting uniquely his own.
Ken is a member of the San Diego Art Institute where he regularly exhibits his paintings and at Colin Fisher Studios, located in greater Palm Springs, California.
"Faced with a blank canvas, the act of creating a work that both satisfies me and challenges the viewer is almost an abstraction in itself...a finished piece has directions in it not always apparent to me while applying the paint...in truth, I leave the emotion in control” Kenneth Joaquin