Kenneth Raymond Joslin Jr (born June 8 1967) in Los Angeles, CA and was raised in Lynwood, CA is an American painter, entrepreneur and investor. He is dedicated to keeping jazz alive by preserving and promoting this genre of music through his art. He attended Otis Parsons College of Art and Design in Los Angeles, CA, where he majored in Illustration and Painting. Ken's painting style has been influenced by many artist and admires the works of Jacob Lawrence, George A. Hunt, Joseph Holston and William Tolliver. His choice of subject matter is music. "Like the jazz musician, I seek to say something personal and spontaneous. The energy that's in the music, I expose on canvas. It's important that you not only see my work, but feel it too ... and, like the music, when it hits you ... move!" Ken works from his home studio and sells most of his artworks online. Today, Ken's work can be seen in homes, and notable businesses and corporate conglomerates nationwide; as well as in the collections of notable individuals, including Michael Jordan (N.B.A.) Legend.
In 2008 Ken Joslin was commissioned by Verizon Wireless to create a painting for the "How Sweet The Sound" Gospel Choir Contest.
COLLECTOR'S (Partial List)
Michael Jordan (N.B.A.) Legend
Perona, Beck & Legner (Law Firm)
Donald Trump Towers
Just a few of many.....
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