The Art of Ka-Son Logo

 

 

 

The Artist, 24" x 48", acrylics on canvas

 

“Over the past few years my style of painting has evolved. My hope is to continue to evolve as I develop and grow as an artist and as a person.”

 

Journeyman, 30" x 40", acrylics on canvas

 

The Legacy Of Icarus, 36" x 24", acrylics on canvas

 

“I try to take my abilities in artistic technique and combine them with my individual experiences in order to visually express my thoughts, ideas and concerns as a person, as a human being... often incorporating elements of image symbolism and visual storytelling.”

 

On The Way Home, 36" x 24", acrylics on canvas

 

The Inauguration of KO-Lition, 24" x 30", acrylics on canvas

 

Power To The Afropick, 28" x 22", acrylics on canvas

 

“Many of my paintings explore the everyday condition of humanity with the individual as subject: the internal and external struggles wrestled with on a daily basis—the varied and wide-ranging expressions of emotion.”

 

Momma, 30" x 40", acrylics on canvas

 

Portrait of a Mentor, 18" x 24", acrylics on canvas

 

“The subjects strive to attain, through daily life-struggle, a sense of self-awareness, self-identity, self-knowledge, self-acceptance, and finally self-love. It is only from this philosophy of Self that an individual can properly, fully and confidently present himself to and engage himself with the world around him.”

 

Self, 18" x 24", acrylics on canvas

 

Riff, 24" x 30", acrylics on canvas

 

Tune Up, 18" x 24", acrylics on canvas

 

“Even when there are no humans present there is an attempt to express our human connection with the world around us through sensory experience.”

 

The Gift, 36" x 24", acrylics on canvas

 

The State of Being Green, 36" x 24", acrylics on canvas

 

Word, 48" x 36", acrylics on canvas

 

“Another commonality many of the subjects in my paintings share is an underdog quality, rather than the already glorified champion...

 

Crabs In A Barrel, 40" x 30", acrylics on canvas

 

Urban Jungle, 36" x 96", acrylics on canvas

 

...I personally connect more with art that, to me, hints at this view.”

 

Reap The Whirlwind, 36" x 24", acrylics on canvas

 

“I feel that the underdog represents most of us, all striving to be better, to be more… hardly ever attaining our idealized selves, but nevertheless always pursuing a feeling of true happiness.”