William J. Kitchens

American , 1951 -

William Kitchens’ intaglio and lithographic prints explore man’s inner fears and passions. His compositions of bizarre multi-specie beings, or floating furniture covered by amorphous blobs refer to unknown, other-worldly forces. His exquisitely rendered work poses interesting psychological questions about man and his demons amidst the alien world.

Kitchens is a full-time professor of art at Loyola University in New Orleans. He exhibits extensively and has received numerous awards.


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