Ken Nevadomi (b. 1939)

Nevadomi's paintings attract attention for their intriguing subject matter and haunting mystery. Beginning with the human figure, usually painted flat and stylized, they are conveyors of basic shapes, gestures, expressions and movement. Emanating from a vast array of interests and experiences, his painterly style, aggressive subject matter simmering with provocation, combine in each work to present the viewer with space for input on the narrative. Nevadomi has been exhibiting, in solo and group exhibitions mostly in Ohio . A traveling exhibition, the 39 th Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. included his work and went to Contemporary Art Center, Cincinnati.

Man Who Lived in a Refrigerator