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July 2010 At The Madison Park Cafe In Seattle Washington

May 4th, 2010

July 2010 At The Madison Park Cafe In Seattle Washington

I am slated for the month of July to display my artwork at "The Madison Park Cafe" in Seattle, Washington. The cafe is known for its spectacularly reviewed cuisine, appreciation/support for local artists, and its famous clientelle. Come make a reservation during the month of July and enjoy an amazing meal prepared by executive chef Rich Coffey while being surrounded by the artwork of Ken Powers.

This amazing eatery fills up fast due to its incredible cuisine. I would suggest calling the restaurant at 206-324-2626 to make a reservation for any evening in July. Visit the cafe's website at: The Madison Park Cafe

Powers Fine Art Book On Sale

May 4th, 2010

Powers Fine Art Book On Sale

I recently lowered the price on my artist's portfolio book, "The Mundane", to celebrate Mother's Day. I have lowered the price by $5.00 USD and plan to keep it that way for a while. Sales of it have been fantastic and I am going to pass my enthusiasm for it on to the consumer. The book can be found at the links below and is a select compilation of my original watercolor artwork that spans the period from 2004-2009. I am currently beginning work on a second volume that is going to be constructed in a slightly different manner and will have many more insights into my creative processes. Thanks for your support everybody!

The Mundane (2004-2009) Book
The Mundane (2004-2009) E-Book

More of my work can be viewed at:
Main Site: Powers Fine Art
Facebook: Powers Fine Art Fan Page

Assorted Tools Painting

April 24th, 2010

Assorted Tools Painting

It is amazing what one can find around their workplace to paint. While these tools tend to stare me in the face on a daily basis, I repeatedly take them for granted in terms of not only their usefulness, but also their beauty. Occasionally I find tools in just the right setting to peak my artistic interests and take my mind off the daily hum-drum that encompasses my work. I always wanted to paint these rusty metal shears but never could envision them in the proper composition. Finally, the day has come when these mere everyday work things can be appreciated for more than just their intended purpose, but also for their artistic beauty!

 

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