Southern Vermont Arts Center

As a new member of the Southern Vermont Arts Center, I have submitted these two paintings to be included in their 2016 Winter Member Show, held at the Yester House Galleries. One of two annual exhibits featuring works from all of their artist members, the show is free and open to the public and will run … Continue reading

2016 Warren Street Calendar

The 2016 Warren Street Calendars are now available and can be purchased at Sketch Hudson 701 Warren Street Hudson, NY. There will also be a supply of them at Neumann Fine Art Gallery 65 Cold Water Street Hillsdale, NY where originals of my art can be viewed. I have enjoyed creating this series which expresses … Continue reading

The Paintings of Ken Young Video

Four paintings I have on display at Neumann Fine Art as part of the current show entitled: “The Eight” has caught the attention of videographer Bill Farrell who, along with Jeff Neumann produced this short video of the works. You can see the video by following this link: The Paintings of Ken Young  

Laumeister Fine Art Competition

These two paintings of mine entitled: “Campo San Bartolomeo” and “Campo San Bartolomeo 2” have been accepted into the the seventh annual Laumeister Fine Art Competition juried by Stuart Johnson of Setters West Gallery in Tucson and the Coeur d’ Alene Art Auction. The show will be held at the following location: The Bennington Center for the Arts … Continue reading

The Bennington Center for the Arts

I am excited to announce the acceptance of these two paintings “A Fisherman’s Dream” and “Quiet Place” to be in the upcoming “Impressions of New England” exhibit that will be held in the Bennington Center for the Arts. Renown for its collection of realist paintings and sculpture the Bennington Center also offers the covered bridge museum … Continue reading

A Tale of Two Musicians

  Last month, the Hudson Opera House hosted a free concert for kids entitled “Classics on Hudson”. By telling stories through music it was a great way to introduce young children to the world of classical music and perhaps sparking within them a desire to learn to play an instrument. For me, the event proved … Continue reading