Kenneth Dingwall

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Peacock Visual Arts

Joined Artfinder: July 2013

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United Kingdom

About Kenneth Dingwall

 
 
  • Biography
    Born in Devonside, Clackmannanshire in 1938, Kenneth Dingwall attended Edinburgh College of Art from 1955 to 1960, and Athens School of Fine Art from 1961 to 1962.

    His large-scale abstract works are strongly influenced by and suggestive of patterns in nature, such as bones of the human skeleton, sunlight shining on the ocean, or folded leaves. Dingwall’s work is also described as ‘a psychological exploration of surfaces, membranes and what is hidden beneath the surface’, which are painted in a limited range of colours, commonly blue, red, black, and most often grey.

    Since the 1970s Dingwall has worked as a visiting artist and professor in many institutions, including the University of Wisconsin, Minneapolis Collage of Art, Yale University, and the Cleveland Institute of Art.


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Biography

Born in Devonside, Clackmannanshire in 1938, Kenneth Dingwall attended Edinburgh College of Art from 1955 to 1960, and Athens School of Fine Art from 1961 to 1962.

His large-scale abstract works are strongly influenced by and suggestive of patterns in nature, such as bones of the human skeleton, sunlight shining on the ocean, or folded leaves. Dingwall’s work is also described as ‘a psychological exploration of surfaces, membranes and what is hidden beneath the surface’, which are painted in a limited range of colours, commonly blue, red, black, and most often grey.

Since the 1970s Dingwall has worked as a visiting artist and professor in many institutions, including the University of Wisconsin, Minneapolis Collage of Art, Yale University, and the Cleveland Institute of Art.


 
 
 
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