Free Shipping on all orders. Artist, Kevin James Wilson pencil drawings
"This is God's talent. I'm just using it in my pencil drawings as I pass through this world". KJW
WE ARE ELATED TO ANNOUNCE ......
Kevin James Wilson has become President of the Indiana Artist Club.
He began his role in April of 2022 and
will continue through 2024.
His talent and years of commitment in the
art world are great attributes to this organization.
Kevin is ambitious, driven and passionate
about his success and that of this team and is eager
to help bring about wonderful
outcomes for the future.
Call for an appointment to visit their home artist gallery . Originals and prints available for sale. Susanne Wilson 317-910-4078
He is skilled in airbrush, oils, acrylics, pastels, pen & ink,
watercolors and computer graphics.
At the present time, his media of choice is
prismacolor and graphite pencils.
Pencil drawings are what you will see featured on this website.
He has always been an artist.
His interests and talents progressed from grade school
to Crispus Attucks High School and on
to Rhode Island School of Design where he was awarded a full scholarship.
He earned a Bachelor of Fine Art in Illustration and
worked as both a graphic and fine artist. He has
exhibited professionally in New York, Las Vegas, Chicago
and has now returned to Indianapolis, his hometown to continue his career in teaching
at the college level and pursue his career in fine arts.
"Kings of the Castle" is currently on display in a larger-than-life exhibit
at the Indianapolis International Airport on Concourse A.
Look at the photo of this piece at the Airport in Recent Exhibitions
section of this site.
This drawing is of a real-life group of men enjoying daily fellowship
in our community .
One of the greatest influences in his artwork was Norman Rockwell.
He illustrated everyday people in common scenes.
This piece titled "I Adore You" won the Jury Prize of Distinction from the Indiana Artist Club April 2020.
It would have been shown at Newfields (Indianapolis Museum of Art if Covid-19 had not occurred.)
He is honored and thankful to have been recognized .
January 2020, He was awarded
The Roanne H. Victor Merit Award
for his pencil drawing titled
"Kings of the Castle."
This event was The 26th Annual African American Art Exhibition,
held at the Actors Theater in Louisville, Kentucky.
"God continues to bless us". Artist, KJW