Kenneth Parker is a large-format landscape colorist working principally in remote pristine wilderness areas throughout the world. His early experience as fine art color pioneer Eliot Porter’s field assistant helped to nurture a loving eye devoted to isolating and capturing the mysteries in nature that he struggled for decades to unravel as a research scientist in oceanography and global climate change. Paul Caponigro has also been a principal influence on his development as a consistent mentor to Parker since the mid-70s. Over the past three decades, Parker has produced a body of work in several formats that has been widely exhibited and published. His work is in the collection of the Monterey Museum of Art as well as many private and corporate collections.
Most works were made in the following sizes:
24 x 30 inches | 30 x 40 inches | 40 x 50 inches | 50 x 63 inches | 60 x 75 inches