Allegorical Paintings by Kevin Sloan


Jan 21, 2013

Inspired by the artists of 19th century Martin Johnson Heade, and John James Audubon, American artist Kevin Sloan has been creating allegorical art of magical realism for many years.

Kevin’s art expressed deep concern and respect for our planet particularly its “silent inhabitants” – the animals and plants we share this world with. Through allegory and symbolism he expresses this concern and at the same time reminds viewers of the wonders in this extraordinary world.

the pollenators

 

great blue heron

 

focal point

 

flowers and bees

  

the magician

 

the donation

 

the collectables

 

whooping crane

lvory billed woodpecker

 

lucky day

 

king of the world

  

It’s time

 

floridiana

 

finding time

 

dance of the aubergine

 

audubon’s tea

 

audubon’s pond

 

at the beach

 

an exotic evening

 

an auspicious day

 

american sonata

 

added excitement

 

the worriers

 

 

 

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