Ken Bucklew was active/lived in Indiana. Ken Bucklew is known for landscape, wildflowers, wildlife.
Biography from the Archives of askART
Born in 1957, Ken Bucklew is a traditional painter of wild and scenic
Southern Indiana. He has been greatly influenced by earlier
Indiana artists such as J. Ottis Adams, Adolf Shulz and T.C. Steele,
whose paintings captured the essence and character of the Indiana
landscape a century ago. "I'm following in their tradition,
self-taught by studying their techniques and through lifelong, patient
observation of the natural world."
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Following high school graduation, in 1975, he was totally paralyzed in
a diving accident and has since recovered to produce his best work with
limited feeling and movement in his hands. Since 1980, he has
worked full time as a professional artist having work published on a
wide variety of products including fine art prints, conservation
stamps, greeting cards, calendars and books. His original
paintings are displayed in many private and corporate collections and
at his studio located across from the entrance to McCormick's Creek
State Park in Owen County, Indiana.
Phoenix and Dragon Gallery, Bloomington, Indiana
Wildlife West Art Festival, California, 1987
Southside Art League, 1986, 1989
US Deparment of Interior
National Tour of Duck Stamp Design, 1990
1st Place, Indiana Game Bird Stamp
1st Place, Indiana Duck Stamp Competition, 1990
1st Place, Indiana DNR Calendar
McDonald's Corp, Chicago, IL
Biography from Wickliff & Associates Auctioneers, Inc.
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