“Over the last 35 years I have worked with children and young adults on various art projects, from one day workshops to long term projects, sometimes as part of a public sculpture. Mainly making constructed sculpture and 3D objects in wood, metal, cardboard and paper, taking the groups through the whole design and build process, from generating ideas to painting and presenting. This enables them to develop manual and technical skills, as well as artistic expression. Working collaboratively in groups they also develop a sense of community, sharing and lastly ‘fun’”
Born: 1953, Enfield, London.
Studied: 1970 -76 Hornsey, Norwich, Chelsea and Cardiff Schools of Art.
Full-time artist since 1978, exhibited sculpture and drawings in various one-person and group show in Britain and internationally.
Undertaking many commissions for public sculptures and ‘art in residencies’ in hospitals, schools, festivals and care homes(working in partnership with the Whitechapel Art Gallery, Public Art Development Trust, The Hoxton Trust, Luton Arts and many more)
Artist/Member of Chisenhale Art Place, a charity, housing artist’s studios, dance space and gallery in Bow, London since 1987.
Kevin has over 35 years of experience developing and giving artistic and creative workshops for children in schools. His skills and funny british attitude always succeed motivating every participant, girls and boys, from 5 to 18 years, with or without talking the same language, Kevin is capable to communicate with all of them through art. We are enormously happy Kevin to be part of this initiative!