Fantastic Figures & Faces solo exhibition by Ken Delmar

The Loft Artists Gallery

Jun. 18, 2024 - Jul. 17, 2016

575 Pacific Street
Stamford, 06902
(203) 247-2027

The Loft Artists Gallery presents:

“Fantastic Figures & Faces”

Solo exhibition by Ken Delmar

June 18 – July 17

Opening Reception Saturday June 18th from 4 – 6 PM

March10, 2016 – Stamford CT. The Loft Artists Association is proud to present “Fantastic Figures & Faces”, new paintings by Ken Delmar. The opening reception is Saturday June 18, 2016 from 4:00 – 6:00 pm. Gallery hours are Saturday and Sunday from 1:00 to 4:30 pm. The gallery is located at 575 Pacific Street, Stamford CT.

Ken Delmar studied painting at Middlebury College. His work has been exhibited in solo exhibitions at the George Billis Gallery in Chelsea, NYC; the Sound Shore Gallery in Stamford, CT; Fattahi’s Gallery in New Canaan CT; the Rockwell Gallery in Ridgefield, CT; the Caron Gallery in Chester, CT; Loft Artists Gallery in Stamford CT. He had appeared in several TV appearances and videos pieces including The Queen Latifah Show (2015). Taped and awaiting airing is an interview done in January, 2016 for “CBS Sunday Morning”. Delmar’s artwork is owned by collectors in New York, Connecticut, California, Maine, Arizona, Bavaria, and Vermont.

Delmar had his art career boosted substantially in 2013 when Proctor & Gamble discovered that he was painting on their Bounty paper towel products. They made it a mission to reveal to the world that their paper towels were so durable that a fine artist painted on them. Delmar had noticed one evening that the colors on the paper towels he used to clean his brushes and knives were more vibrant than those on traditional canvas. Several works from his paper towel period will be in this show, the majority of Delmar’s new work is large canvas which has been primed in 51 shades of grey and large multi-panel works, rendered in oil, acrylic, and alkyd urethane, applied with masonry tools.

The gallery is open Saturdays and Sundays from 1 to 4:30 pm. Admission and parking are free. Handicap access available by appointment.

For directions and more information visit or call 203-247-2027.

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