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The study, Kevin Sloan

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Size/format: 50 x 70 cm., 70 x 100 cm. and 100 x 140 cm


One of Kevin Sloans many unique, adventurous and exciting works. "Memorial Garden" is a beautiful bird with a fascinating blue pattern, and some wonderful flowers and colors. This is an amazing poster to hang in the office, living room etc., with its gorgeous pattern and colors that fits into many different styles of home decoration. Read more about Kevin Sloan in the describtion below. 


50 x 70 cm.
70 x 100 cm.
100 x 140 cm.
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At Permild & Rosengreen we do everything we can, to take care of the environment.
This poster is produced with 230 grams matt FSC-certified paper, that assures responsibly managed forests. It assures that there will be cut down no more trees than the forest can reproduce. FSC is also a safety of protection for the life of animals and plants in the nature, and proper working conditions for the workers of the forest.

Kevin Sloan


Kevin Sloan is a Denver based painter working primarily with acrylic on canvas and occasionally drawings and paintings on paper and recently, ceramic sculpture. Growing up in Des Moines, Iowa his early interest in art was nurtured by student classes at the Des Moines Art Center.  It was clear upon high school graduation he would continue to study art in college.  

He received a BFA in Painting from Tyler School of Art where he studied with Stephen Greene and Stanley Whitney. He continued his formal education at the University of Arizona studying with James G. Davis, where he received an MFA in Painting.

Kevin Sloan is very interested in what it means to be a painter of the natural world in a time of such extraordinary change environmentally, politically and socially.

He is known for his imaginative, adventurous and detailed universe. Kevin Sloan explores the poetic dimensions of nature using a representational, scientific style. Subtly allegorical, his work probes the relationship between humans, animals, and nature in the contemporary world.