James Kennedy

'Exactingly specific in appearance and endlessly suggestive in affect. These paintings are suggestive, not definitive. They are not intended to convey particular information, not look like anything but themselves. Created by imagination and technical artistry, these spaces for the mind exist as independent presences for visual contemplation.
Their character reflects the unique process of their making rather than a preexisting idea or external object. The complex process results in a rich visual experience that is orderly, balanced and rhythmic.'

Excerpt from "Spaces for the Mind and Eye", by Miranda McClintic