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Ken O’Connell

Ken O’Connell is an artist and Professor Emeritus of Art at the University of Oregon, where he was also head of the department of Fine Arts. 

For the last 20 years people have associated Ken with sketchbooks and Workshops along the Oregon Coast and in Italy. But he was also a painter, photographer, printmaker, animator, potter, and pastel and charcoal artist. He worked and taught all these art forms and was Head of the University of Oregon’s Fine and Applied Art Department for 12 years.

As of August 2021 he is working on his 100th sketchbook – evidence of and testimony to a life in art.  Find out more in this article in Oregon’s largest daily.

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SKETCHBOOKS IN ITALY with Ken O’Connell

La Romita School of Art Terni

Sketching with Ken is an adventure in seeing the world with fresh eyes. You will learn to work portably, quickly, and with an eye towards capturing fragments of wonderful experiences. The sketchbook is your portable studio and your portable history. The spirit of the rough sketch is to see simply and to learn to draw […]

Retrospective Online – with Ken O’Connell

La Romita School of Art Terni

Drawings, sketchbooks, paintings, prints, photography, animation, and ceramic works, dating from 1963-2020 This summer Ken finally responded to a growing chorus of requests to mount a retrospective of his work. It opened with a quite limited public July 3rd at the Karin Clarke Gallery in Eugene Oregon. In order to make his opening available to […]

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SKETCHBOOKS IN ITALY with Ken O’Connell

La Romita School of Art Terni

Sketching with Ken is an adventure in seeing the world with fresh eyes. You will learn to work portably, quickly, and with an eye towards capturing fragments of wonderful experiences. The sketchbook is your portable studio and your portable history. The spirit of the rough sketch is to see simply and to learn to draw […]

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