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Oh yes, "His Fuse was Lit," (oil on linen 14"x11" on extra thick wrapped stretcher bars.) Your fuse will be too if you buy this fine retro painting. This painting is monochromatic and painted with warm grays.

Here's a little bit about me, Kenney Mencher, the artist.

Originally from New York, NY, Kenney Mencher earned a BA and MA in Art History from City University of New York and University of California, Davis, respectively, following which he went on to obtain a MFA in painting from the University of Cincinnati in Ohio. He has taught at a number of institutions including the University of Chicago and Texas A&M University, and now teaches at Ohlone College in Fremont, California.

I have an extensive national exhibition record that includes solo and group shows. My work has been featured in newspapers, as well as the "Artist Magazine." It has also been published as cover art for four paperback noir novels and on the cover of the Laredo Philharmonic playbill, Lullaby Hearse Magazine, and the Oregon Literary Review. I maintain strong relationships with a large group of collectors in several states. I am a professional and will live up to any and all commitments I make both socially and professionally.

To learn more about me please visit my website at:
http://www.kenney-mencher.com/

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His Fuse was Lit, oil paint on linen canvas 14x11inches by Kenney Mencher

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: oil, paint, linen, canvas
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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