Mindfulness, 16" x 20" acrylic on canvas

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Kenneth Piccini

Email:KennethPiccini@aol.com

Website: https://www.facebook.com/KennethPiccini

 

Biography

Kenneth Piccini is an abstract artist born in Quincy, Massachusetts. He has lived in Alaska, the Midwest and traveled the US throughout his life. He has returned to his east coast roots for inspiration and currently resides in Maine.

After beginning an undergraduate program in art, he later completed his undergraduate degree and obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Human Relations. He later completed Masters Coursework with a focus on counseling. Kenneth Piccini is currently pursuing a Masters in Fine Arts Non-Figurative degree at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California

Kenneth Piccini intertwines his passion for psychology, Freudian theories, personality, and defense mechanisms to influence and inspire his aesthetic.  He builds up his works with many textured layers from gesso, toning, layers of texture mediums, molding paste, gel, glazes, sand, crackle and paint built up on old paintings reused similar to the layers of the human psyche. 

In addition to painting, he works in limited addition prints, woodcuts, mixed mediums and mono-prints. Kenneth Piccini has exhibited in group shows in Maine.

 

Exhibitions:

February 2013 Harlow Gallery, Hallowell, ME, Group Auction

March 2013 Waterville Area Art Society, Waterville, ME, Maine Open Juried Art Show

 

Awards:

March 2013 Special Merit, Acrylic, “Bigfoot” Maine Open Juried Art Show

 

 

 

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