Kevin’s paintings and prints are regularly on display across the United States, including in solo and juried group exhibitions, and in both private and public collections. The U.S. Department of State, through its Art in Embassies Program, has selected a number of Kevin’s American landscapes to hang in embassies around the world. The U.S. Department of the Interior has twice commissioned significant collections of Kevin’s work: For the 75th Anniversary of the Grand Canyon National Park, Kevin created a series of paintings of the inner gorge of the canyon, and for the 85th Anniversary of Glacier National Park, he likewise produced a series of paintings of the park’s back country. Exhibitions of these series were held both at the parks and at the Department of the Interior Museum in Washington, D.C.
At the invitation of the then-Soviet government in 1989, Kevin accompanied a traveling solo exhibition of his work across the Soviet Union, and Kevin subsequently hosted two Russian artists whom the government of Mikhail Gorbachev permitted to visit and work in the United States. In addition, the National River Conservation Association commissioned a series of works by Kevin to document the Bio Bio River in Chile prior to construction of a major dam that changed the river’s course and depth forever.
Kevin is also represented by the Julie Heller Galleries in Provincetown, Massachusetts, and the Gallery on Madison in Middleburg, Virginia. He has twice had shows in New York City and has participated in solo and group shows at other galleries around the country.
Kevin grew up in Oxford, Maryland, and studied painting at the American Institute in Southern France and the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. As an Officer in the U.S. Marine Corps, he was recognized for his artistic ability and was awarded the title of Combat Artist. Kevin also has designed theatrical sets, including for the Washington National Opera.
After a number of years of living and working in the District’s Adams Morgan neighborhood, he now resides and keeps his studio in the historic town of Washington, Virginia.