Kevin Sloan | Radiant Season - at the Denver Botanic Gardens


A reverie on the imperiled natural environment, Radiant Season invites you to observe the silent inhabitants with whom we share our world.

Sloan’s paintings elevate the often-overlooked plants, animals and discarded objects inhabiting the edges of the urban landscape—thistles, traffic cones, sparrows and the like. These works transform the quiet denizens of the natural (and unnatural) world into mysterious icons—radiant and quietly powerful.

About the Artist 

Kevin Sloan is a Denver-based painter whose work focuses on the relationship between the natural world and human-made objects and environments. He received a BFA in painting from Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia and an MFA from the University of Arizona. His work is found in numerous private and public collections worldwide. This exhibition is organized in collaboration with K Contemporary, Denver.