Richard Kennedy has been an established artist for over three decades.
Through 1984 to 1994, Richard lived outside Netherbury near Bridport, in West Dorset, where he completed a range of highly detailed pen and ink miniaturist rural drawings of the region.
Richard subsequently had a busy gallery at Dunluce Castle, County Antrim, where he expanded his range, again inspired by the scenery.
In the mid-90s, Richard embraced his family's Naval tradition by producing pencil and scalpel blade drawings of Royal Navy warships during the last war.
All of his drawings are available as signed prints, the more recent being of acid-free, conservation quality.
Recently, Richard has started abstract paintings and his originals are, this time, for sale.
The artwork illustrated below features the artist's favourites.
Original abstracts - 3D acrylic paintings on canvas board. Visit the Abstract Gallery
Highly detailed miniaturist drawings, available as prints and signed by by the artist in pencil. Visit the Rural Gallery
Stoke Abbott spring
Through Beaminster woods with Tess
St Mary's Church, Beaminster
Royal Navy Drawings
Detailed pencil and scalpel blade drawings, available as acid-free, conservation quality prints, signed by the artist in pencil. Visit the Royal Navy Gallery