Kevin Pack started his art career as a result of an industrial accident. In 1992, Kevin was involved in a debilitating accident that left him house bound for a year, and bed ridden for six months. With no formal art education, Kevin began dabbling in watercolors as mental therapy. He continued learning until a close friend and professional artist suggested that Kevin should explore art as a professional career. That was late 1995. Kevin entered his first show in 1996 and that was the beginning of a new direction in his life.
Kevin conveys his dedication to nature and conservation through his paintings. He believes that through art he can help build awareness, and hopes to educate the public about the necessity to preserve our natural environment.
Kevin's main subjects are wildlife, but he has accurately painted portraits of dogs, professional athletes, and many other subjects that have been requested of him.
Kevin is known for his use of vibrant color, his accuracy, and attention to detail in all of his paintings. In a very short time, Kevin has gained a reputation among sportsmen, and collectors of sporting art for his lifelike representations of angling scenes, hunting scenes, birds and game fish and their environment. This is also true for his wildlife paintings. His art can be found hanging in private as well as corporate collections.
Kevin has received the following awards and honors: