Kenneth Harrison

Canadian, 1951
Kenneth Harrison: Capturing Tranquility in Canadian Landscapes | Artist from Alberta
Kenneth Harrison, a self-taught artist from southern Saskatchewan born in 1951, has dedicated his artistic journey to capturing serene moments on canvas. With a lifelong passion for drawing and painting, Kenneth has honed his craft through practice and determination, developing a unique style that reflects his deep connection to the Canadian landscape.
Evoking a sense of peace and relaxation, Kenneth's artwork has evolved from impressionism to modernism, focusing on style and color to encapsulate the essence of the Canadian landscape in a timeless manner. As a member of the American Society of Plein Air Painters, Kenneth has honed his ability to capture the rugged beauty of Canada's wilderness.
Influenced by mid-century Canadian artists as well as renowned painters like Edgar Payne and Ernest Luthi, Harrison emphasizes composition, value, and edges to create memorable landscape paintings. His goal is to not only characterize the landscape but also to preserve memories and uphold the authentic Canadiana style of painting.
Kenneth Harrison's paintings exude stillness, calm, and serenity, with carefully orchestrated forms and movements of color. Through his art, he invites viewers to experience the tranquil beauty of Canada's landscapes, capturing fleeting moments of natural splendor with timeless elegance.
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