The artwork of Ken Moylan demonstrates his unique contribution to contemporary art. Moylan combines many traditional and historical styles, materials and techniques of painting, sculpture and architecture within his finely crafted images and objects. Executed in intricate detail and created with a variety of materials and techniques appropriate to the subject, culture and historical context of each individual work.  Moylan’s work are not usually  just painting or just sculpture but rather a combination of both.  Often resulting in the creation of hybrid image/objects that integrate realist painting into an architectural frame, meticulously designed and constructed in forced perspective.  Moylan integrates a variety of materials such as wood veneer, faux stone, gold or silver leaf into his frames to enhance the beauty, illusion or realism of his work.



                        Bottom: Japan Series Exhibition, 2007, Thomas Barry Fine Arts, Minneapolis, MN