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Born and raised in the Okanagan Valley, Ken Nash has created art for fifty years using a variety of mediums including ink, coloured pencil and acrylics on paper, wood and canvas. For most of his career he focused on commission work, but over the past five years has exhibited his paintings throughout Metro Vancouver, as well as the Fraser and Thompson Valleys. Along the way, he has studied and been influenced by Bateman and Coleville, as well as Russian landscape artists Shishkin and Levitan. His work can now be described in the genre of photorealism and is an excellent conduit to reflect the beauty of the wilderness of British Columbia, Canada, and other parts of the world.
|Ken Nash, Sargassum Gold||Ken Nash, Leading Somewhere||Ken Nash, Pit Polder||Ken Nash, Good Morning Fraser|
|Ken Nash, Backdrops||Ken Nash, The First of Times||Ken Nash, Trail to Vicuna Peak||Ken Nash, ShadowPlay|
|Ken Nash, Reflections||Ken Nash, Through the Arbutus|