Behind Intelligentsia coffee, on Colorado Blvd. in Pasadena.
Kenton will be showing with Galerie Nikolaus Ruzicska this weekend at Arte Fiera Bologna.
On Saturday, July 16, 2011, Kenton Nelson’s painting of the historic Pasadena Colorado Street Bridge will be auctioned at a private event. Nelson has been a long time supporter of preserving Pasadena and the Pasadena Heritage organization.
My first exhibition in New York in over 5 years closes this Sunday, June 12. It has been a welcoming and memorable experience to be back.
Thursday, June 2
6:00 – 8:00 pm
25 Central Park West, NY NY 10023
14 new works
The painting will be included in the Off The Wall auction Saturday, March 12 at 6:30 pm. Interested bidders, please contact Sally Bickerton at email@example.com or 626.792.5101 x141 before tomorrow’s auction. The starting bid is $2000.
For tickets to tomorrow’s auction, please visit the official website: armoryarts.org.
The Armory Center for the Arts builds on the power of art to transform lives and communities through creating, teaching, and presenting the arts. The Armory believes that the arts and arts education are essential components of a well-rounded human experience and a civil community, and it provides opportunities for long-term aesthetic and skill development through sequential, in-depth, and integrated arts activities for all ages and levels of expertise.
This Saturday, I will lecture on my paintings, public work, and the local California culture as I know it. This lecture is part of the Sidney D Gamble Lecture Series, and will be presented by, and benefit the Friends of the Gamble house, a support group of the University of Southern California. There will be a tour of my studio to follow. Saturday, January 29th, at the Art Canter College of Design, Ahmanson Auditorium For tickets please contact: http://gamblehouse.org/events/lecture.html#L2
The Landscapes of David Siqueiros, at the Museum of Latin American Art, in Long Beach. Former MOLAA Senior Curator Cynthia MacMullin presents a lecture based on Siqueiros’ experience in the United States during the 1930s. Sunday, January 23. 2:00 – 3:30pm ( Siqueiros was my great Uncle’s pal)
Although the Holidays are my favorite time of year, I am thrilled to be back at the easel, painting for New York. This is an unfinished detail of a larger painting.
This is a drawing that I did for a Mural proposal for a new Latin Restaurant in Los Angeles. It was to be a 15 x 30 foot mosaic mural.
Have a Good, Old Fashioned Christmas, filled with Faith, Hope and Charity…
This is a painting that was used for a French book cover.It is always interesting to see how the work is used, cropped, and applied. I hope the author was satisfied, and that the book does well. I will post one of the other images considered for this project.
Working on a new painting
… hoping for nice weather.
This will be for New York.
Years ago my mother used to say to me, she’d say, “In this world, Elwood, you must be” – she always called me Elwood – “In this world, Elwood, you must be oh so smart or oh so pleasant.” Well, for years I was smart. I recommend pleasant. You may quote me. Elwood P. Dowd “Harvey”
40,000 Italian vitreous glass tiles.
Being under educated, I have managed to build and finish a little red school house on the studio property…. Perhaps now, I can get caught up…