Paul Kennedy

Available paintings by Paul Kennedy. Please click on the thumbnails for more images and full information.

Malarochy Bay

Boy and Pigeon

Digby

Piper

Lucy

Only Me

Coo

Paul Kennedy

Born in Glasgow in 1981, Paul’s talent was recognised early when at the age of twelve he won the competition to design the Edinburgh Festival Fringe poster.

He went on to graduate from Edinburgh College of Art in 2004 and took the risky decision to become a full-time painter from his own studio in the Merchant City.

Much of his work has been inspired by the city, depicting a narrative between the people and their surroundings.  His paintings are strongly connected to experiences in his own life but also in the lives of the strangers he encounters on a daily basis.

“We all have these histories which one day will be lost. I bring together drawings and photographs to create paintings that depict a narrative of the interaction people have with their surroundings.”

AWARDS

The Presidents Award, Glasgow Art Club Winter Show 2016

Braewell Gallery Exhibition Award, Paisley Art Institute, Paisley Museum 2011

RGI (David Cargill Award) 2010

Aspect Prize, (Aspect Prize Finalist) 2009

RGI (RGI Kelly Gallery Exhibition Award) 2009

 

 

PRESS

Here are some links to recent mentions in the press:-

The Herald, Article – The Artistic Rewards of going to the dogs

Evening Times, article – Glasgow’s gone to the dogs

Evening Times, article – Sights of Glasgow inspire artist