The Artist

Artist Richard KennedyThe artist Richard Kennedy comes from a Royal Navy background and attended art college in the 1970s.

The years 1984 to 1994 were spent in Bridport, West Dorset, completing a range of highly detailed pen and ink drawings available as signed prints. These were all rural subjects.

He then turned to Royal Navy warship pictures in the mid-1990s and the pencil and scalpel blade technique. These are available now as conservation quality signed prints.

Richard has always loved areas of rock music and completed a range of pen, ink and scalpel blade drawings of his favourite acts - namely Jethro Tull and Pink Floyd.

More recently, Richard has branched out into creating abstract original paintings.

Rural Gallery

Signed prints of highly detailed pen, ink and scalpel blade drawings of rural subjects in West Dorset. The artist's Airedale Terrier dog, Tess, features in some of these pictures.

  • Through Beaminster woods with Tess

    Animals and birds in an ancient wood View Gallery
  • Hardy's Cottage

    Famous cottage of author Thomas Hardy View Gallery
  • Stoke Abbott spring

    Peaceful village spring in West Dorset View Gallery
  • St Mary's Church, Beaminster

    Evocative stone figure on medieval church View Gallery
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Abstract Gallery

Original abstract acrylic paintings on canvas board.

  • Willi

    A play on the wonderful legacy of Willi Baumeister View Gallery
  • Erratic Jurassic

    A stormy day on Chesil Beach in Dorset View Gallery
  • Red

    A flowing plethora of red, blue and white View Gallery
  • Jurassic Coast calm

    The serenity of Chesil Beach in Dorset View Gallery
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Rock Acts Gallery

A range of highly detailed pen, ink and scalpel blade drawings available as latest technology prints signed - and sometimes titled - by the artist in pencil.
All prints are exactly the same size as the original pictures.

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Royal Navy Gallery

A tribute to the World War Two Royal Navy by Richard Kennedy.
These highly detailed pencil and scalpel blade drawings are available as acid-free, conservation quality prints signed by the artist in pencil.
All prints are exactly the same size as the original pictures.

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