Externalize the Internal by the artist Ken O’Neill. Four paintings: Mondrian Signal; Angels Four; What Now and Home Boys.
Externalize the Internal… This is the most difficult objective an artist can get. It’s hard to learn a technique since it lasts years. It’s hardest to distribute your works and to exhibit it. It’s a great challenge to have a feedback with public… but to look for your last truth… This is a way of initiation.
Today, Yareah magazine has the honor of presenting Ken O’Neill works. We are sure you are going to enjoy them.
Have a nice Saturday, friends!
Ken O’Neill current style of work is in the Pop art genre and has the ability to capture a particular mood for example menace, speed, intrigue and mystery.
One of Ken’s most difficult and enriching challenges are his ideas and thoughts when it comes to putting paint to canvas. Ken aims for the supreme and yet fundamental freedom of allowing his inner ideas already formed to make them heard.
For the past 25 years Ken’s purpose in this being not so much to produce something for others but to engage with himself and his ideas, to externalize the internal.
About the artist:
Ken O’Neill is a self-taught Irish Artist, who was born in Waterford in 1967 and who has exhibited professionally throughout Ireland and London for the past 25 years.
Some of Ken’s work hangs in private and permanent collections, the Gandon Museum, Dublin and the Office of Public Works to name but two.
See also his webpage