Where can I buy your artwork?
You can buy it directly from me.
Contact me through my “contact” page, or the form below.
I take credit cards, I ship UPS.
And I offer a 30 day money-back guarantee!
Are you showing with a gallery?
Not at this time.
How can I see your newest artwork?
As new things happen – including new art, I post them to my social network:
KenMattson.com – Here, I blog about things directly related to my artwork.
Facebook.com/KenMattsonArt – Arts related: News-Events-Friends.
Twitter.com/KenMattson_Art – Conversation about arts related News-Events-Friends.
MarriedToTheMuse.tumblr.com – Where I post art I like – Food for your soul.
Pinterest.com/kenmattson/ – A place to collect Eye-Candy!
Instagram.com/kenmattson/ – Behind-the-Scenes snapshots.
Better yet – subscribe to my free newsletter – Married to the Muse
Is it easy to ship this artwork?
For you? – Very easy.
For me? – well, I have to build a crate – but that’s easy!
Shipping price depends on the size, weight, and distance.
I prefer UPS.
Do you take commissions?
I’ve taken a lot of commissions over the years,
but right now, I’m just following the muse where she takes me.
Can I use these images, or writing?
I encourage you to forward these images on social networks like: Pinterest, Facebook, etc.
as long as you include this copyright notice:
©2019 Ken Mattson
This, limited, personal sharing of my artwork is welcome of course – Thank you!
Please contact me if you’d like to reproduce my writing in any way.
Using these copyrighted images or text for commercial purposes – (to make money from) – is not acceptable.
Why do you paint on shaped canvases?
Rectangles are nice – they don’t distract from the painting.
But how can you look at that shape and not want to mess with it?
I shape them to evoke specific feelings.
The points, the curves, the splinters, all move me in different ways.
You know what else? – When I paint, it feels like I’m actually making the object – I want it right there in the room with me.
Taking away the rectangle helps that.
Why do you carve into them?
Because painting just isn’t enough – I have to get more physically involved.
Those carved lines are like cutting into flesh, they’re like actually participating in the movement going on.
Even when I draw, I’m very physical – you can’t believe the the amount of leads I break.
There’s a long ways to go with these oil paintings, I’m curious where they will take me – that’s my focus.
I also have a stack of drawings waiting to be explored through woodblock prints.
I plan to bring those two mediums – (oil painting and printmaking), into one cohesive body of work.
At some point I want to paint a series of watercolors that keep going through my head – I can almost taste them!
And then there’s a body of work in stained glass that keeps calling – we’ll see.