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Joseph Kinnebrew




Joseph Kinnebrew is an internationally recognized sculptor and painter. This site provides an in depth view of his work and many portfolios of his fine art and design. In addition there is information about The Quarry near La Conner in Washington state where Kinnebrew lives and works.

Kinnebrew's work is in the collections of major museums as well as many well established private collections. His work has been exhibited internationally and recently at the Biennale in Florence Italy and the Palm Beach Biennale.

Kinnebrew's digital collages represent his continuing commitment to work that reflects the thoughts and observations of an important, mature, contemporary artist working across a wide range of media but remaining focused on his continuing interest in post-modernism. New York Times critic William Zimmer has said, "his work is the 800-pound gorilla, impossible to ignore".

As a minimalist his sculpture is monumental and in his bronzes one senses a powerful sensuality that is again expressed in his surreal and floral paintings.

At 67 he continues to produce work with energy that those half his age can only envy. With his unrelenting pace and output of of creativity, Kinnebrew rushes forward often leaving others with only a glimpse of what their futures may be. He races on already having seen it.

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ORN:
October 12, 1942
Tacoma, Washington


EDUCATION:


Post Graduate study:

Institute for Study of Instructional Development and Technology - Michigan State University

University of Michigan 1969-1970


Graduate study:

M. F. A. - Michigan State University, 1970


Under:Graduate study

B. A. - Syracuse University, 1964










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