Every Life has a story. Every Story is Art. Your life is your Art!
You'll notice I like to use colour a lot. I think there's a reason for that. Part of it has to do with our lives being our art. What's a life without some colour?
Creativity is a big part of my life.
I started painting well over 30 years ago.
First it was water colours and then oils. My favourite medium is acrylics mostly due to their versatility to be used impasto to wash. Given the right sealer or base you can almost paint anything with acrylics.
I've also had a keen interest in cartooning since I could hold a pencil.
Recently I've merged my realistic style with a cartoon/stylized art. To me this is the best of both worlds.
I hope you share in the fun and enjoy some of my work.
Thanks for visiting! Contact me for commissions or to purchase my art or prints.
OR any questions you may have.
Kevin Cameron is a self taught artist who sold his first painting at the Apple Bin Gallery in Kentville, NS almost 20 years ago. He has painted holiday window murals for a local coffee shop helping to brighten spirits during the season. Kevin was hired to illustrate labels for a local candle company which were used for product across Canada and the Eastern Untied States. He illustrated a children's book as well as a biography of a woman's escape from domestic abuse. Kevin also provided live and studio caricature services in the Kentville - Windsor community.
His first mural was at the age of 5 or 6 when he drew a large man's face with stubble and a cigar. He has done work in homes designing and painting script, art and murals.
Surrounded by the local beauty of the Annapolis Valley and raised on the picturesque peninsula of Nova Scotia, Kevin paints from his second storey studio surrounded by a vibrant and natural orchard and market near Wolfville.
A love for Creation/Nature and Sci-Fi/Fantasy and a desire to share his imagination combine to delight and inspire others with his art.
" I'm not the best artist, I know, but I put my heart and soul into everything I do. I think that's what matters most."