Tim Kenney Fine Art
Artist Tim Kenney paints as an abstract impressionist and is also known as a colorist for his use of bright pigments and thick textures which are immediately recognizable by those who know his work. His subjects range from aspen trees to flowers, oak trees, sunsets and anything else Tim might find pleasing to the eye.
Tim paints with oil on canvas, predominately using palette knives which allows him to apply broad strokes of thick paint and multi-dimensional textures.
A few years ago, Tim was exposed to the world of abstract art in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Paintings he saw there reminded him of New Mexico and Colorado where he and his family have camped, and fly fished his whole life. After being exposed to the artwork in Santa Fe, he saw his vision of becoming an artist. Having never painted in his life he returned to Oklahoma and started working with instructor and accomplished artist, Carol Armstrong. He has been painting ever since.
Tim’s work is currently shown in Santa Fe and Albuquerque New Mexico with Bobby Beals, Beals & Co. Tim also shows his work in Breckenridge and Steamboat Springs, Colorado, Gulf Shores, Alabama and Norman, Oklahoma City and Edmond, Oklahoma. He has been the featured artist for the Norman Mayfair Festival and shows his works at various Art Festivals in Oklahoma including the Festival of the Arts in Oklahoma City, May Fair in Norman and the Downtown Edmond Arts Festival.
Tim donates his time and his artwork to many causes in Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Colorado as well as contributing on behalf of several national philanthropic programs.
Tim lives in Norman, Oklahoma with his wife of 40 years. They share their lives with four children and five grandsons and share their home with two Golden Retrievers named Gunnison and Aspen.