KEN C. HAMILTON sees art as a reflection of life’s adventure. In a concerted way his materials become living parts essential to the idea as he conducts an ongoing exploration merging the inner vision with the outer visual experience. Instinctively, he strives to bring out beauty and dignity as the world around him presents a widespread dichotomy of fragile, elusive and often conflicting tensions, using the language of his palette to find some order and meaning.
Forum of Nerva watercolor 17” x 11.5”
Qingdao Art Museum Permanent Collection
Looking Upstream watercolor 10” x 13.5”
Mary S. Lawrence Founder's Award, NJWCS