Beautifully framed plein air paintings of summertime black eyed Susans.
" I typically don't paint cows because they don't seem to hold still when you need them to. But this morning with the light on their backs, I just had to put them in"
Beautiful plein air painting of everyday summer thistles. This painting has an exquisite composition, elegantly framed in black.
oil on linen panel
"This is a friends farm in an area called Totty's Bend. The "Bend" has been a valuble resource for me. Paintings everywhere you look. Beautiful area."
"This is my favorite time of year, late winter. The colors for me are beautiful. You can see the bones of the landscape."
"I absolutely love painting roundbale paintings. One of my favorite subjects. This is a friend's field and I have painted roundbales in this field for many years now. Hope to do it again soon."
Kevin Menck was born and raised in Middle Tennessee. After graduating from art school, he worked briefly as a designer and then as a self-employed illustrator for 16 years. In 2002 Kevin began his journey into fine art, specifically the landscape. As an avid outdoorsman Kevin spends hours afield painting “en plein aire”. “Nature is the best teacher I have had. She has given me the best of what I have learned.”
Kevin is a member of Oil Painters of America, The Cumberland Society of Painters, Plein Air Painters of the Southeast and The Chestnut Group.