Ken O'Toole is a self-taught, experimental artist living and creating in Fort Worth, Texas where he was born.
He has captured the attention of numerous curators exhibiting his versatile work across multiple mediums (environmental photography, sculptural paintings and digitally constructed abstractions) in a variety of national shows.
O'Toole's work appears in both private and public collections including that of his hometown (Ft. Worth Public Art.)
He is currently expressing his interests in quantum entanglement, the interconnectedness of all things as well as common traits humans share in his new series of cloud-like oil abstractions.
In 2013 Ken O'Toole completed a public art project entitled “Dreams at 100 Fathoms” which was commissioned by Fort Worth Public Arts for the Marine Park Family Aquatic Center .
His visionary, “Cultural Ghosts,” series of photographs were the inspiration for the 2011 Sustaining Artists Juried Exhibit in Fort Worth.
Some notable exhibitions which included his work were:
2012 Ann Metzger National Juried Exhibit in St. Louis, MO. Curated by Marla Prather: Curator of Modern & Contemporary Art – Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY.
2010 “PaperWorks” National Juried Exhibit at the B.J. SPOKE Gallery in Huntington, New York, Curated by Eleonore Hugendubel – curator of painting and sculpture MoMA
2010 “Materiality” National Juried Exhibit at the ARC Gallery in Chicago, Il. Curator/Juror: Jeanne N. Long – Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois
His artwork is collected by corporate and private entities across the country, including Findlay Properties Group in Fort Worth, the City of Fort Worth, Texas, and 2Imagine Consulting, Inc. in St. Petersburg, Fl.
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