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      Evening Shift

      Paintings62.0 x 92.0 cm?
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      Kevin H Komadina

      My art portrays the breadth of the human experience. I capture the fleeting images of everyday life, and the places where we live, work, and play, as well as the things we create and leave behind. My paintings of life, and of objects past and present, highlight our individuality, diversity, interconnectedness, and impermanence, as well as the beauty of the ordinary, encouraging us to be present to our surroundings. The interplay of shadow and light, large planes and angles reminds us that there is always a different perspective, and more to the story than meets the eye.

      Art Education

      • Hood College, Frederick, MD, Certificate in Ceramic Art, Program Director
      Joyce Michaud
      • Group Study, and private mentoring with Joe Paquet, St. Paul MN 2018
      • Drawing and Painting Workshop with David Kassan June 2020

      Solo and Two Person Exhibitions

      2019 Finding Beauty – Art and Healing, with Joel W Carter, Edina Art Center,
      Aug 15 to Sept 16.
      2014 Edina Promenade, public art exhibition (sculpture), Edina, MN
      Jun 2014 – June 2015 – “Medicine Wheel” with Joel Carter
      2011 Edina Promenade, Edina, MN – Three Trees, public art (sculpture)
      permanent installation
      2008 Namaste – “The Spirit in Me Greets the Spirit in You.” Solo exhibition, United
      Theological Seminary, New Brighton, MN 8 Sept – 19 Oct 2008

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