Ron Kenyon
Tucson, Arizona

Ron Kenyon loves quiet, intimate spaces and painting in plein air. He has been greatly influenced by the Impressionist movement and believes it is important to get outside and observe. He owned an art gallery for nine years before closing it to spend more time painting. Ron currently lives in Tucson, and the influence of the Southwest is visible in his work.

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I like this painting.

Cherry Creek Farmhouse

Oil painting on composite board
Signed on front

16" h x 12" w x .25" d
1 lbs. 1 oz.


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This painting is of a charming urban farmhouse, here in Denver in the early fall. It is located in the middle of an upscale neighborhood. Surprisingly it has not been torn down to be replaced with the town homes that are now populating the area. This piece is on masonite board and will need a frame for display.

Oil painting

Oil paint uses natural oils, such as linseed, poppy and walnut oil to bind the pigments. Oils are slow to dry, which allows the artist to rework the painting to achieve the desired effect. Also, they blend easily, which helps to achieve certain colors. With the rise of naturalism in 15th century Early Netherlandish painting, oil paints became preferred to quick drying tempera paint. Artists wanted a medium that would allow them to achieve detailed and precise effects in their paintings. Consider all of the detail in the masterpieces of Jan van Eyck and Hieronymus Bosch!

Composite board

Composite board is a thin, flat panel of compressed wood. If not already framed, most composite board work will require framing.


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