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Canadian Artist Kenneth Kirsch Featured In Great Lakes Pilot Newpaper

June 23rd, 2018

Canadian Artist Kenneth Kirsch Featured In Great Lakes Pilot Newpaper

“The Great Lakes Pilot”, a publication out of Michigan USA, brings Folklore, Fables, Features and Humor from the Great Lakes States.
The latest issue features Canadian Fine Artist Kenneth Kirsch on the front page, with a full colour print of his iconic painting “Waters Edge”. A full feature story about the artist is read inside.
The success of this issue has requested more featured paintings by Kirsch in upcoming issues.

Canadian Artists Bateman And Kirsch Together Again

October 31st, 2017

Canadian Artists Bateman And Kirsch Together Again

October 29, 2017
Meeting and talking with Canadian Art Icon Robert Bateman at Select Art Galleries in Newmarket.
Seen here standing in front of some of Kenneth Kirsch’s paintings.
Both artists show their works at Select Art Galleries.

New Painting Autumn Dream By Kenneth Kirsch

September 15th, 2017

New Painting Autumn Dream By Kenneth Kirsch

Kenneth Kirsch just completed his latest commissioned painting "Autumn Dream".
It will be available in reproduction from Fine Art America, and seen in the Pine Ridge Art Wall Calendars for 2019.

Kenneth Kirsch In Ottawa Life Magazine Article Canada Coming Of Age Art Exhibit

July 28th, 2017

Kenneth Kirsch In Ottawa Life Magazine Article Canada Coming Of Age Art Exhibit

Canada’s Coming of Age Commemorated in Art Exhibition
by Joel Redekop
Ottawa Life Magazine
Posted: July 26, 2017

Canada Comes Of Age Art Exhibition Ottawa

July 28th, 2017

Canada Comes Of Age Art Exhibition Ottawa

1867: the year of Canada’s confederation. It’s a year that has been in the forefront of the Canadian consciousness for the entirety of 2017, with the current year marking the True North Strong’s 150th birthday. But 2017 also marks the anniversary of another important year for our country, and a dual-city, multi-artist exhibition aims to bring it to the public.

1917: Canada Comes of Age is comprised of artwork from 14 Toronto- and Ottawa-based artists, who have interpreted various events that shaped Canada in its 50th year of being. It includes Canadian artists such as Sue Miller, Kenneth Kirsch, Erin Crysdale and Lydia Pépin.

Feature Poster Painting "Vimy Ridge" by Kenneth Kirsch

Kenneth Kirsch Tribute Painting To Tom Thomson

July 13th, 2017

Kenneth Kirsch Tribute Painting To Tom Thomson

July 8, 2017 marks the 100th Anniversary of the tragic death of Canadian Artist Tom Thomson in Ontario's Algonquin Park.

Thomson, a Canadian Art Icon, was the main influence for the Canadian Group of Seven art movement in Toronto back in the 1920s.

Kirsch has created two tribute paintings to Tom Thomson along with a collection of new Vimy Ridge and Historic Toronto Tribute paintings for various Canadian Sesquicentennial Art Shows in multiple cities in 2017.

New Painting "The Art of Fishing" (shown here) may be seen on display from July 1, 2017 at Muskoka's Eclipse Gallery in Deerhurst Resort.


Kenneth Kirsch At 2016 McMichael Canadian

October 5th, 2016

Kenneth Kirsch At 2016 McMichael Canadian

The annual McMichael Volunteer Committees signature fundraiser, the AUTUMN ART SALE, is recognized as one of the most prestigious events displaying original works from some of Canadas most talented artists. There is no better setting than the gallerys stunning Grand Hall, surrounded by 100 acres of beautiful conservation land, to showcase unique one-of-a-kind works. Over the course of three days, art will be on view and available for purchase from the 50 juried artists. The quality and variety of works on sale will please the taste and budget of seasoned art buyers as well as those beginning to build a collection. Artists work with Acrylic, Oil, Watercolour, Mixed Media, Pen&Ink, Sumi-e, Metal, Wood, Glass and Clay. This is your opportunity to invest in a beautiful piece of original Canadian art that will provide a lifetime of enjoyment.

A percentage of all art purchases during the AUTUMN ART SALE, goes to the Committee for volunteer-funded projects to enhance the...

Kirsch Painting Appears In National Post Article

September 29th, 2016

Kirsch Painting Appears In National Post Article

The historic painting "Toronto Traffic Cop 1912" by Canadian Fine Artist Kenneth M Kirsch, appeared on the cover of The National Post Homes Section on September 17, 2016.

Toronto Sun Article Streetcars Brush With Fame

May 23rd, 2016

Toronto Sun Article Streetcars Brush With Fame

Toronto Sun Full Page Article by Mike Filey about Toronto Historic Artist Kenneth M Kirsch and his painting "Streetcar on Queen 1963", December 8, 2013

Toronto Sun Article Kirsch Historic Toronto Painting

May 12th, 2016

Toronto Sun Article Kirsch Historic Toronto Painting

Toronto Sun-Mike Filey June 2010
Historic Toronto Trillium Ferry celebrates 100 years with a presentation of a painting of this vessel in its "hay-day", by artist Kenneth M Kirsch.
Presented to mayor David Miller on board ship exactly 100 years to the minute of her first sailing!

 

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