Wilson, Kevin, (Ironic)

Wilson, Kevin, (Ironic)
Wilson, Kevin, (Ironic)

Wilson, Kevin, (Ironic)

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"Ironic", by Kevin Wilson

27 x 33 inches, prismacolor pencils on Canson drawing paper -- framed

Kevin James Wilson is an Artist from Indianapolis. God has instilled a passion within him that he has used every day of his life and that is to create art. His favorite medium is drawing with Prismacolor Pencils. Kevin attended the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design on a full scholarship. While there, he drew and presented a portrait to Muhammad Ali for the New Future Foundation and the International Year of the Child. He was the youngest artist at age 19ever admitted to the Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit in New York City and theexhibition was in its 97th year. During Kevin’s time at Rhode Island School of Design he served on the Admissions Committee as a student representative for 2 years, Graduation Honors Committee, Chairman of Entertainment on the Student Board and was the President of the Third World Coalition of Artists during his Junior year. Kevin is eternally grateful for those experiences that he was awarded because this helped to shape and mold him into the artist that he is today.


Kevin’s work has been shown in his hometown of Indianapolis to Las Vegas including
the murals he created in the world’s largest children’s museum in Indianapolis. In Las Vegas, from 1999 until 2001 his work was mainly shown in Caesars Palace. Upon returning to Indy, his focus turned to fine arts. Shows such as the prestigious Hoosier Salon , Black Creativity at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, Indiana Artist Club exhibitions and The Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields are among some of the juried shows where his artwork has been accepted. Kevin’s work was recently exhibited in Saks Fifth Avenue Gallery for the months February, March and July in 2021. As a college professor of graphic design, Kevin taught at International Business College in Indianapolis. This is a position he held for 25 years. He also taught drawing and airbrush at The Indianapolis Art Center for 12 years.


Artists that inspired his style are Leonardo Da Vinci, Rembrandt, Michael Angelo,
Norman Rockwell and Joseph Holiday. Airbrush, acrylics, oils, pastels and electronic
graphics have all been mediums where he’s worked. The return to his real passion, which is drawing, took place in 2016. Kevin’s Prismacolor pencil drawings have been shown in the Hoosier Salon, The Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields, The Indiana State Fair, The Indiana Artist Club and The Richmond Museum of Fine Art. In 2016 a painting in the Gallery Forty Two exhibition “A Century of Speed.” earned him the title “World Class.” The Indy 500 presented an exciting opportunity for Kevin as he is a racing fan to the core. His piece entitled “Pit Stop” was on display at the Speedway for the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500, amongst 32 other artists work. Kevin’s drawing entitled “Jessica” was also selected by the Indianapolis Arts Council to be displayed around the city as a High Art Billboard. His piece entitled “Kings of the Castle” was currently displayed in a larger than life mural at Indianapolis International Airport on Concourse A, from 2021 until 2022.

One of Kevin’s most recent accomplishments was the induction into the Indiana Artist Club in 2019. The Indiana Artist Club was established in 1917 by such notables as T.C Steele and Otto Stark. He was elected President in 2022 of this elite 126 member organization, and is currently serving his second term as President. Kevin is the very first artist of color to hold this position. One of his goals is to sell his art not just locally but globally.


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"Ironic", by Kevin Wilson

27 x 33 inches, prismacolor pencils on Canson drawing paper -- framed

Kevin James Wilson is an Artist from Indianapolis. God has instilled a passion within him that he has used every day of his life and that is to create art. His favorite medium is drawing with Prismacolor Pencils. Kevin attended the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design on a full scholarship. While there, he drew and presented a portrait to Muhammad Ali for the New Future Foundation and the International Year of the Child. He was the youngest artist at age 19ever admitted to the Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit in New York City and theexhibition was in its 97th year. During Kevin’s time at Rhode Island School of Design he served on the Admissions Committee as a student representative for 2 years, Graduation Honors Committee, Chairman of Entertainment on the Student Board and was the President of the Third World Coalition of Artists during his Junior year. Kevin is eternally grateful for those experiences that he was awarded because this helped to shape and mold him into the artist that he is today.


Kevin’s work has been shown in his hometown of Indianapolis to Las Vegas including
the murals he created in the world’s largest children’s museum in Indianapolis. In Las Vegas, from 1999 until 2001 his work was mainly shown in Caesars Palace. Upon returning to Indy, his focus turned to fine arts. Shows such as the prestigious Hoosier Salon , Black Creativity at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, Indiana Artist Club exhibitions and The Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields are among some of the juried shows where his artwork has been accepted. Kevin’s work was recently exhibited in Saks Fifth Avenue Gallery for the months February, March and July in 2021. As a college professor of graphic design, Kevin taught at International Business College in Indianapolis. This is a position he held for 25 years. He also taught drawing and airbrush at The Indianapolis Art Center for 12 years.


Artists that inspired his style are Leonardo Da Vinci, Rembrandt, Michael Angelo,
Norman Rockwell and Joseph Holiday. Airbrush, acrylics, oils, pastels and electronic
graphics have all been mediums where he’s worked. The return to his real passion, which is drawing, took place in 2016. Kevin’s Prismacolor pencil drawings have been shown in the Hoosier Salon, The Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields, The Indiana State Fair, The Indiana Artist Club and The Richmond Museum of Fine Art. In 2016 a painting in the Gallery Forty Two exhibition “A Century of Speed.” earned him the title “World Class.” The Indy 500 presented an exciting opportunity for Kevin as he is a racing fan to the core. His piece entitled “Pit Stop” was on display at the Speedway for the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500, amongst 32 other artists work. Kevin’s drawing entitled “Jessica” was also selected by the Indianapolis Arts Council to be displayed around the city as a High Art Billboard. His piece entitled “Kings of the Castle” was currently displayed in a larger than life mural at Indianapolis International Airport on Concourse A, from 2021 until 2022.

One of Kevin’s most recent accomplishments was the induction into the Indiana Artist Club in 2019. The Indiana Artist Club was established in 1917 by such notables as T.C Steele and Otto Stark. He was elected President in 2022 of this elite 126 member organization, and is currently serving his second term as President. Kevin is the very first artist of color to hold this position. One of his goals is to sell his art not just locally but globally.

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