Kinn Guesthouse features a wide variety of work from local artists. Interested in purchasing a piece? Follow the links below to each artists’ website for inquiry.
From the artist: I want to be dropped off on the side of a road, then I could wander into someone else’s yard (or a stranger’s garden). I would not know where I am. I would not care because I know it would take me somewhere. I was born in a polaroid with lines around the edge. If you touch it with water the colors would run, leaving focus blurred. Except that this experience was wild enough (to shape a heart) so quiet and so strong. It made me strong. (It made me someone.) To conclude, I will never know it all but all I do want to know is how yellow and blue make green.
From the artist: I am intrinsically committed to making things. Why stop? I started painting around the turn of the century and became fixated . I knew immediately that I would never stop painting.I typically work from the back of my mind. My best work,I believe, comes about with less conscious thought,more instinctual action.
My first introduction to a camera was to my dad’s Brownie Hawkeye. Not only was it a great toy to play with, it also doubled as a snack holder. I would take off the camera back and pour cheetos into it (thanks dad!). At the age of ten, I received my first working camera (Kodak 110). My first dog Sam was my dedicated subject. Sam was wonderful, sweet, patient and seemed to really like being photographed. Or maybe he had nothing else to do? Nah, doubt it.