I now have limited edition artwork available at the Plogix Gallery.
To see the work click here.
An Introduction to KenCrost.Com
Buying art can be a daunting task, especially when you are buying it online. Will I like the art, what happens if I don’t like it, can I get my money back, or am I stuck with something that doesn’t work for me? I want to make any purchase from my website as easy and effortless as possible. I don’t want you to be stuck with a piece of art that doesn't bring you pleasure and joy.
That’s why I have teamed up with Fine Art America. They take care of everything, from purchasing, printing your artwork, shipping it to you, and guaranteeing that you are pleased, or you get your money back, no questions asked.
I decided that I wanted to keep my pricing very reasonable, which is especially important during these worrisome economic times. I have tested the various printing options available to you and provide you with my recommendations that will work best with my art. For more information on buying from Fine Art America, please visit my sales information page here. And if you have any questions about my art, you can send me an email, or a text and I will be happy to assist you.
If you’ve never purchased art from Fine Art America, I’ve put together an overview of the process so once you get to their site, you will feel confident in making the best choice for your art purchase. Click here to see that page.
I am a digital artist/writer and mostly kept these two artistic endeavors apart. It was difficult to see how I could work with both writing and digital art in a way that complemented each other. However, in June of 2022 I went to Chicago for a memorial for my sister-in-law, Joan, who died from ALS. The memorial was held at one of the Chicago forest preserves and, as it turned out, the day was mostly rainy. However, towards the end of the memorial, the clouds started to lift, the sun began to show itself, and I decided to walk out towards the woods. It was almost as if Joan was leading me in that direction. And that short walk out to the trees lead me to the inspiration of how I could combine my writing and digital art. For more information on this new artistic adventure, you can read my full artistic statement here.
The images below represent the gallery for that artwork series.
The Story of Noriiland
Click the image to see the Noriiland gallery of images and begin to read the story of Noriiland.
Big City Blues
Click the image to see the The Big City Blues gallery of images and to read the stories for each work.
Art and Poetry
Click the image to see the Art of the Poem and The Illusion of Solitude galleries of images and to read the poems the art is based on.
The Art of the Abstract
Click the image to see the Sonoran Summer and The Art of Music galleries of images.
Click the image to see the Dystopian Blues gallery of images and read the stories for each of the artworks.