Kevin Tolman

Artwork

Acrobat (Cordoba)

Kevin Tolman

Acrobat (Cordoba)

Mixed Media

48 x 48 in (121.92 x 121.92 cm)

Price On Request

Evening/Playa II

Kevin Tolman

Evening/Playa II

Pencil and Caran d'Ache on Paper

11 x 10 in (27.94 x 25.40 cm)

Price On Request

Miradouro II

Kevin Tolman

Miradouro II

Pencil and Caran d'Ache on Paper

11 x 10 in (27.94 x 25.40 cm)

Price On Request

Seep

Kevin Tolman

Seep

Acrylic and Mixed Media on Canvas

12 x 12 in (30.48 x 30.48 cm)

Price On Request

Chafariz/Colares

Kevin Tolman

Chafariz/Colares

Collage, Acrylic and Mixed Media on 100 Rag Paper

19 x 16.50 in (48.26 x 41.91 cm)

Price On Request

Group/Grey

Kevin Tolman

Group/Grey

Acrylic and Mixed Media on Canvas

12 x 12 in (30.48 x 30.48 cm)

Price On Request

October 2003 #1

Kevin Tolman

October 2003 #1

Acrylic and Mixed Media on Paper

11 x 10 in (27.94 x 25.40 cm)

Price On Request

Side Slipped

Kevin Tolman

Side Slipped

Acrylic and Mixed Media on Canvas

12 x 12 in (30.48 x 30.48 cm)

Price On Request

Cone/Sept 1999 #5

Kevin Tolman

Cone/Sept 1999 #5

Pencil and Caran d'Ache on Paper

11 x 10 in (27.94 x 25.40 cm)

Price On Request

Journey/The Bounce

Kevin Tolman

Journey/The Bounce

Pencil and Caran d'Ache on Paper

24 x 45 in (60.96 x 114.30 cm)

Price On Request

Ponta de Sagres

Kevin Tolman

Ponta de Sagres

Collage, Acrylic and Mixed Media on 100 Rag Paper

19 x 16.50 in (48.26 x 41.91 cm)

Price On Request

Link/Morning Details

Kevin Tolman

Link/Morning Details

Acrylic & Mixed Media on Paper

30 x 33 in (76.20 x 83.82 cm)

$3,200

Dusk/Playa III

Kevin Tolman

Dusk/Playa III

Pencil and Caran d'Ache on Paper

11 x 10 in (27.94 x 25.40 cm)

Price On Request

Like A Cloud

Kevin Tolman

Like A Cloud

Pencil and Caran d'Ache on Paper

23.50 x 44.50 in (59.69 x 113.03 cm)

Price On Request

Portal/Alhambra, 2002-2003

Kevin Tolman

Portal/Alhambra, 2002-2003

Mixed Media on Canvas

60 x 60 in (152.40 x 152.40 cm)

Price On Request

Rite of Spring

Kevin Tolman

Rite of Spring

Acrylic & Mixed Media on Canvas

80 x 132 in (203.20 x 335.28 cm)

Price On Request

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Kevin Tolman
Born in Detroit, Michigan in 1949, Kevin Tolman attended classes at the Detroit Institute of Arts and Cass Tech as a youth, and he is a graduate of the Art School of the Society of Arts and Crafts, in Detroit. In 1981 he moved to the Ramah Navajo Reservation in western New Mexico. Feeling at home in the southwest, he later settled in the Duranes area of Albuquerque, building an adobe house and studio in 1987. In 1990 he spent a year painting in Arraiolos, a small hill town in central Portugal, and in the years since he has continued to work when traveling in Europe, Mexico, South America, and most recently as an Artist in Residence with the Obras Foundation in Portugal. Kevin Tolman has been painting for over four decades, and exhibiting his work in many galleries, museums, and universities across the United States where his paintings are included in a large number of private, corporate, and public collections. His work has also been exhibited internationally in Canada, Mexico, Germany, France, England, and in Portugal. A Tolman canvas is included in the Albuquerque Museum’s permanent collection, and his work now hangs in the collections of the New Mexico State Capitol, and the University of New Mexico. Recently a large canvas was purchased by the city for installation in the Albuquerque Convention Center. Tolman works in a variety of mediums including drawing in pencil and caran d’ache, and painting with acrylic, collage and mixed medias on canvas or paper. These are abstract works that primarily are influenced by the natural world and are often informed by a sense of place. "I got to thinking about what it is that is interesting or fun for me in what I do, or indeed how I live. One of those things is giving myself time and space to wander without a set goal. A journey with no fixed destination. On a good day, each move or attempt leads to the next. Some are mistakes; however, they lead to something interesting. Usually, I do not know exactly where I am going next. I simply enjoy the process. The solution, or the painting, really comes from the doing, or the act of painting. The images seem to rise up out of this act. Sometimes I feel the paintings are much like sitting and looking straight into a little tiny bit of the ground. I notice the sort of chaotic composition between the leaves, the grass, the sticks, the bugs, the dewdrops. All arranged in a kind of simple, thick almost unfocused beauty." - Kevin Tolman
Artist