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Lamont Gallery


"Images of Tradition"
Kenneth Lynch
February 24 - April 29, 2018


Pen and Ink Drawings

Artist Bio

Kenneth Lynch is an Anishinabe (Ojibwe) enrolled member of the Lake Superior Band of Red Cliff Indians from Red Cliff, Wisconsin. Ken is one of the leaders of the Loon Clan, and has the bear as a totem, a Spirit Animal. He has been given responsibility for leadership and protection for his family and tribal members. Ken is very proud and honored to have this responsibility within his tribe and enjoys educating others and sharing his culture.

He served in the U. S. Army with the 101st Airborne Division throughout the United States, Canada and overseas with the Multi-National Peacekeeping Forces and Observers in Egypt.

Ken is now a Federal employee with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development South Dakota and was recently recognized for his 25 years of service with the Department of Agriculture.

Ken enjoys cultural activities that relate to his Native American culture. In his artwork, he is an accomplished artist specializing in pen & ink drawings. His work often includes traditional Ojibwe motifs and dreamcatchers. Included in this exhibition are original drawings and limited edition fine art prints. Ken’s originals are collector’s pieces and are timeless in their appeal.

When not drawing or working, Ken can be found riding his motorcycle or competing in golf tournaments throughout the Midwest and northern plains states.

Museum hours are:    Monday-Friday, 9-5 and Saturday-Sunday, 1-4.