Gallery 333, Arlene Hecht, owner and director.
Ken Carson

No Place Like Home
"No Place Like Home"
Oil on canvas
White Boat
"White Boat"
Oil on canvas

Ken Carson received a BA Degree from Marietta College in Ohio in 1972. Since then, he has been an art teacher in the Bourne, MA Public School System. He has studied with John Bruce, Sig Purwin, Beverly Edwards and Claude Croney. His oil paintings of Cape Cod have been exhibited at galleries throughout the Cape for thirty-five years. He is listed in "Who's Who Among American Teachers" 2001 and 1998. He served as Assistant Director to the Market Barn Gallery from 1985 to 1995 and as Director from 1995 to 1998. He is a free lance illustrator. He is a member of the National Association of Professional Photo Shop Artists (NAPPA) and the Falmouth Artists Guild. His oil paintings have received numerous awards in regional exhibitions and are included in private collections across the United Sates. His work is in the permanent collections of the Duxbury Art Complex Museum, Falmouth Hospital, Cape Cod Hospital and Town of Bourne. Author, Peter Koenig included Ken Carson in his 1897 book entitled, "Falmouth - A Visual Legacy - A Timeless Spirit." He was featured in the summer issue of Cape Cod Life magazine in 1990. He has participated in many regional juried shows including the Falmouth Artists Guild, Plymouth Art Association, South Shore Art Association, Bourne-Wareham Art Association and the All New England, Cohasset. "In my landscapes I try to show a sense of space and well being. They are not about people or objects. Instead, good feelings, positive space and fond memories." His home and studio are located in Sandwich, Massachusetts.

Scortin Creek
"Scortin Creek"
Oil on canvas

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