Copley Artist Ken Northup lives on Cape Cod and primarily paints landscapes and always in Oils. He has studied at the Danforth Museum School of Art and participated in oil painting workshops with, among others, Arnold Desmarais, Robert Douglas Hunter, Joseph McGurl, and Paul Schulenburg. Ken has also taken classes in computer graphics and oil painting at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD).
In addition to the Copley Society of art, Ken has been accepted for several organizations’ juried exhibitions; including the Danforth Museum, the Duxbury Museum, the Cape Cod Museum of Art, the Heritage Museum and Gardens and the Cape Cod Art Center.
His work has been mentioned favorably in American Art Collector and Improper Bostonian magazines, and the Boston Globe.
Paintings by Ken hang in homes throughout the United States and Europe. He is represented by the Copley Society of art in Boston, Gallery Antonia in Chatham, and the Renjeau Galleries in Natick, MA.