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Kenneth Kirsch

Kenneth Kirsch

Acrylic Paintings on Canvas

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Kenneth was born and lives in Toronto Canada.
He received a Graphic Design education from Seneca College of Art and Design in the late 1970s
and has since had a very successful career in Graphics and Advertising in Toronto.

Working in the Art and Advertising departments of such historic Canadian institutions as
The T. Eaton Company (Eaton's), The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) with Gray Coach Lines Ltd.
and Rous Mann & Brigden's Photo Engravers (of which Tom Thomson and The Canadian Group of Seven's J.E.H MacDonald, Fred Varley, Arthur Lismer and AJ Casson were all previously employed).

In the early nineties, a merger and acquisition
of Ken's own downtown Toronto graphic design company Pinpoint Design Studios
with Grey Canada International Advertising Agency,
has since allowed Ken to devote his passion for painting professionally.

Working with acrylic on stretched canvas,
Ken paints the Canadian Landscape that he knows and loves
in his own unique realism style.

Kenneth has participated in well over 40 Art Show's and Events in over 37 years and has earned much acclaim with many newspaper articles and radio and television interviews.

Most recently receiving the "Top Ten" honours at the prestigious Canadian McMichael Collections 2015 Annual Autumn Art Show and Sale in Kleinburg Ontario (home to The Canadian Group of Seven).
Receiving "Best of Show" in 2014!
Kenneth was again honoured in 2014 with "Recognition of Distinction" from the Alumni at his old school, Seneca College of Art and Design.

His paintings may be seen in hundreds of fine art galleries and private art collections internationally, at an ever increasing demand and price.

 

Yonge and Richmond Streets 1899 by Kenneth M Kirsch

 

Tecumseh Wigwam Tavern Toronto by Kenneth M Kirsch

 

Bay Street Christmas Eve 1924 by Kenneth M Kirsch

 

Yonge and Eglinton 1944 by Kenneth M Kirsch

 

Toronto Belt Line by Kenneth M Kirsch

 

History of the Toronto Streetcar by Kenneth M Kirsch

 

Toronto Sun Article Streetcars Brush with Fame by Kenneth M Kirsch

 

Toronto Sun Article Painting the Town by Kenneth M Kirsch

 

Toronto Sun Article Across the Bay by Kenneth M Kirsch