Each year, I make a point to give back to the community in the form of donating work to various causes or organizations that have my personal interest or conviction.
2020 is a particularly challenging time for non-profit organizations to survive and succeed in continuing to deliver to their constituents. I'm happy to contribute to the following auctions this year, and would invite you to explore how each serves their respective communities:
Coyote Central: coyotecentral.org/
Coyote sparks creativity in young people, putting tools in their hands to build skills and forge their futures.
Symphony Tacoma: symphonytacoma.org/
Inspiring audiences with live musical experiences that transcend tradition, Symphony Tacoma has been a vital part of Tacoma’s cultural landscape for more than 70 years.
Santa Fe Waldorf School: www.santafewaldorf.org/
I'm very excited to begin supporting this wonderful school in Santa Fe, where my family will be relocating mid-2021.
One piece, Luchadora (2020), has been selected for this online juried show from bG Gallery in Santa Monica, CA. The show brings together a collection of work from international artists bridging the line between representation and abstraction.
New feature article appearing in the spring issue of Creativpaper (UK) magazine. Please check out all the artists yet if in a time bind, go to pgs 16-19 for mine:
Slowly but surely, my family is building our own collection of art that we can enjoy immensely, and from which I can find additional inspiration.
Below are two recent acquisitions that I'm extremely happy to own and promote: an oil by PD Jensen, and mixed media sculpture by Marita Dingus:
I'm particularly excited to be a part of this upcoming show after the new year, featuring one of my works from my recent Unholy Martyrs series. Here's a brief synopsis of the exhibition:
"The artworks chosen for Threshold were not only a response to the concept of a threshold, a marked point of passing between spaces or states of being, but the works chosen also speak to pressing issues we face as a society at this moment in time. The present is itself a threshold between past and future, the only moment in which we are able to act. At this particular point in time, it seems like much is at stake and much action is needed."
Exhibition Dates: Jan 7 – Feb 15th, 2020
Opening Reception: Friday, Jan 10, 2020 6-8 PM
Proud to support Coyote Central again this year!
Please see the link below for a brief review of this current show:
JULY 1 - SEPTEMBER 25 // KENNETH SUSYNSKI, AMANDA CALDWELL & SEIKO A. PURDUE
The summer exhibit at the Chase Gallery is open Monday, July 1 through Wednesday, September 25. Featuring three regional artists each working in their own distinct styles and in a range of mediums, the work all shares an evocative, dream-like quality. Fiber artist Seiko A. Purdue installed her fiber piece, Berry Grove, in the Chase, stringing the lightweight fabric structures from the ceiling slats above. The installation is surrounded by the large oil paintings by Seattle-based artist Kenneth Susynski and the paintings and drawings of Spokane artist Amanda Caldwell. All three artists will be at the gallery for the September First Friday reception, on Friday, September 6, from 4 to 7 p.m. as well as for a lunch-hour Artist Talk that day, from noon to 1 p.m.
I do not participate in social media personally, yet have decided to post my portfolio going back to 2015 onto Behance, the largest online platform for creatives.
The page is intended for imagery only as I do not plan to comment, post or offer replies - as always, I direct interested art lovers to my website and prefer to interact and engage privately, usually via email.
Please visit the following link to the new page:
Kenneth Susynski presents a unique, hybrid style of figurative expressionism blended with the abstract in narrative compositions that stress an interpretation of beauty, with a hint of wit, exploring combinations of historical and contemporary cultural themes.