Kenny Munro
Art in Landscape

Most of his work can be viewed outdoors but significant connections have remained with galleries and national collections. Since the 1970’s Kenny, his father Jim, and brother Gordon have exhibited with the Society of Scottish Artists and the Royal Scottish Academy.

His bronze portrait of Saxophonist Tommy Smith, John Byrne and Robbie Coltrane have been seen in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery. A drawing of Smith is now in the national collection. Live interactive clay portrait sculpture was created of George Wyllie at SNPG 2003 and now again in 2006-2007. Since 1998 a significant collection of his work has been on display at the Lost Gallery, Strathdon, Aberdeenshire.

Conversely he has taken portable exhibits, such as the Art Cabinets to Montpellier and Munich. A satirical photo tour of Berlin with a shopping trolley and the poignant Rickshaw project.

In the 1990’s he undertook a neon installation project entitled, Sourcing the Clyde with Maurice Maguire.

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