Kenneth Graslie began his serious art studies in high school and continued at Museum School of Fine Art in Massachusetts. He furthered his education at New England School of Art as an illustration major, graduating in 1970. His graduate work was done at Monserratt College of Art. Ken's first large show was in 1972 at the Collins Gallery in Boston, followed by a one man show at Wheeler Gallery in Concord, Mass. Both exhibits were abstract paintings. After working in a non-conceptual way for many years, he found it refreshing to rediscover Modern Realism. "My style changes organically depending upon the subject matter, leading to the variations in my work. Some pieces are bold, hard line interpretations of life, and others are soft and flowing. The key to all my paintings is a strong use of color that unites the different styles I use."
Ken work is available at the Gray Wolf Gallery in Addison, The Gallery on Caterpillar Hill in Sedgewick, the North Shore Arts Association in Gloucester Massachusetts and by appointment. Contact information is or 483-2439.

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