Relationships Can Be Difficult $10,000
Oil on Wood panel with Resin 38" x 46" x 2"
Empire Steak Building $10,000
Construction; wood, arcylic, fiberglaas, resin, 121" x 23" x 13" , on a wheeled base
Parkway Pasta $25,000
Oil on Canvas 3 panel install/ each Panel 36" x 36" x 1" Total Length 108"
Fruit of the Dune $8,000
Oil on Canvas 40" x 30" x .5"
Crazy Horse II $7,000
Oil on Wood panel with resin covering 34" x 47" x 2"
What a Curious Little Cloud $9,000
Oil on Canvas, 40" x 30" x .5"
Guppy Love $10,000
Oil on Canvas, 30" x 40" x .5"
Trump Cabinet $8,000
Oil on Canvas 36" x 48" x 1"
Take the First Ramp $25,000
Oil on canvas 60" x 48" x 2"
Soviet Urbanist Homestead $2,500
Oil on Canvas 24" x 18" x .5"
Artist >> Ken Vrana
Wool Mittens $15,000
Oil on Wood panel 48" x 48" x 1"
Internationally-recognized fine artist, Ken Vrana, has been painting for over 59 years – 57 of them professionally. Growing up in the Hamptons, during an artistic explosion of incredible talent, he subsequently studied with seminal artists like William DeKooning, Larry Rivers and Ashcan School artist, Valentine Arborgaste. In 1965 he was invited to participate in a special sculpture program at Syracuse University, and in 1966 he started school at Brooklyn’s Pratt Institute. During the next few years, while pursuing a degree in Interior Design, he also studied with artists like Andy Warhol. Over time he owned his own advertising agency in Atlanta and eventually made his way to Los Angeles and the film industry. Having never written anything professionally, within 2 weeks he had sold his first screenplay and soon found himself represented by the William Morris Agency. After 15 years he decided to change course and moved to Cary, North Carolina, a town south of Raleigh and at age 49 decided to pursue something he’d wanted to do for year; go to law school. Shortly thereafter he created the 1 in 8 Foundation, while working for Sir. Paul McCartney’s breast cancer charity. At about that same time he sold his first book, entitled 'Free Falling.' “I never paint for a particular audience,” Ken says, often creating paintings that seem to defy any established category, but instead, “I paint what inspires me and hope that collectors will find my work worthy of their attention." Ken is also a published author and created the painting series Invisible People.
His work is owned by such people as Presidents Clinton and Carter, Sen. Edward Kennedy, racing drivers Mario and Michael Andretti and Al Unser Jr., actors Jack Lemmon. George C. Scott, Jimmy Stewart, Henry Fonda, Rosemary Clooney, Robert Hays and most recently Steve Buscemi and Daniel Day-Lewis.