Paintings - Paul E. Kennedy


In contrast to period paintings that appear on Paul’s harpsichords, his own work stands out as hazy, romantic, and rust-colored. He studied painting and drawing with Alton Pickens, Jack Levine, and Arthur Deshaies.

His work has been shown at City Center Gallery (New York), John Herron Museum (Indianapolis), Boston Arts Center, Frye Museum (Seattle), A.C.A Gallery, Contemporary Arts Gallery, Grippi Gallery, March Gallery, Roko Gallery, Washington Irving Gallery, Terrain Gallery, Crystal Galelries, Fitgerald Gallery, and more.

Photos from a painting fellowship at Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Maine (1952).