"The Danger Of Verbs" by Kenny Jones
THE DANGER OF VERBS
24" x 18" Ink on panel
Kenny Jones' art career has spanned over 30 years. In that time, he has received grants and awards for work as diverse as time-based installation, concrete sculptures and abstract paintings. Alongside this praxis he has taught more than 20 different art courses at the college level including art history, drawing, printmaking, ceramics, painting, design, and sculpture.
Jones’ working studio process has always involved following visual “accidents” in order to be led to unexpected places, some see a layered improvisational aesthetic at work-something akin to jazz performances. Besides music, Kenny’s interests were forged by the childhood bliss of running wild in creek beds of Plano, Texas as well as visits to art and science museums. This contrast between extravagant nature and urbane culture still informs his art. Besides art theory, Jones enjoys keeping informed on science issues: high-energy physics, astronomy, and neuro/AI research. He currently shares a studio space with his partner and fellow artist Polly Jones in Abilene, Texas. He often visits the Hill Country where family resides and still enjoys the wild creek beds.
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