Sculptor Ken Kelleher Digitally Reimagines Public Spaces with Abstract Art
Ken Kelleher is an American sculptor, studied art at Alfred University under sculptors Glenn Zweygardt and William Parry. During his career he has worked at Hudson Studio, Art Foundry in New York where he worked with cast bronze pieces by William Tucker and Anthony Caro, amongst other artists.
Following twenty years as a Creative Director, Ken returned to his passion, sculpture, full time producing several unique monumental abstract sculptures for private collectors. He currently works from his New Hampshire studio and exhibits with galleries in the US and internationally.
Ken Kelleher is one of the most misunderstood artists of our time. Most people who claim to be fans of his work do not even seem to know exactly what it is that he does.
“My work is about placemaking, creating work that responds to the space around it and creating delight, informing imaginations, and engaging consciousness.”