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“Being a representational painter I am constantly striving to paint as I see things, the values, colors and textures I see before me.   As easy as this may sound, I have found painting from life, especially landscapes, to be one of the most challenging and rewarding things I have ever tried. It’s a constant process of learning and experimenting and painting, painting, painting.   —   I am not sure I do this because of my love of art or of my love of the land.
They have become indivisible for me. One in the same.”
Kevin Menck

Winter Lake Level, 12x16, oil
Winter Lake Level, 12x16, oil
Kevin Menck $1100
SOLD - The Clearing, 18x24, oil
SOLD - The Clearing, 18x24, oil
Kevin Menck $2100
Door County Greens, 14x18, oil
Door County Greens, 14x18, oil
Kevin Menck $1300
SOLD - Harpeth River Cut Bank, 14x18, oil
SOLD - Harpeth River Cut Bank, 14x18, oil
Kevin Menck $1300
SOLD - Bedford County Hay Bales, 20x24, oil
SOLD - Bedford County Hay Bales, 20x24, oil
Kevin Menck $2300
Birch Logs, 12x16, oil
Birch Logs, 12x16, oil
Kevin Menck $1100
SOLD. - Duck River Morning, 16x20, oil
SOLD. - Duck River Morning, 16x20, oil
Kevin Menck $1850
Mid July Hay Bales, 16x20, oil
Mid July Hay Bales, 16x20, oil
Kevin Menck $1850
SOLD - Tennessee Limestone, 14x18, oil
SOLD - Tennessee Limestone, 14x18, oil
Kevin Menck $1300
SOLD -Deer Rubs, 18x24, oil
SOLD -Deer Rubs, 18x24, oil
Kevin Menck $2100
Warner Ridge, 16x20, oil
Warner Ridge, 16x20, oil
Kevin Menck $1850
Ridge Light, 18x24, oil
Ridge Light, 18x24, oil
Kevin Menck $2100
Spring Water, 20x24, oil
Spring Water, 20x24, oil
Kevin Menck $2300
Sunlit Barn, 12x16, oil
Sunlit Barn, 12x16, oil
Kevin Menck $1100

Kevin Menck Bio

Kevin Menck was born and raised in Middle Tennessee. After graduating from art school, he worked briefly as a designer and then as a self-employed illustrator for 15 years. “Working as an illustrator helped me develop skills that are fundamental to what I do now, especially drawing. The ability to draw is the foundation to everything.”

In 2002 Kevin met and befriended local painter Jason Saunders. “Jason was very instrumental to my development as an artist. He introduced me to the basics of landscape painting and also instilled in me the importance of painting from nature. Nature is the best teacher I’ve had.”

Kevin is now committed to painting the landscape “en plein air.” Being an avid outdoorsman for years, Kevin has a deep love and respect for the outdoors. “I remember sitting in a duck blind or deer stand and trying to figure out how to capture what I was seeing on canvas. To get that atmosphere, to make a cold day look cold and hot days hot. I want the viewer to look at it and know what it actually was to be there.” Kevin lives and works in Nashville.

Website: www.kevinmenck.com

Resumé:

  • Education:
    • Harris School of Art, Nashville, TN.  —   Middle TN State University, Murfreesboro, TN
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