Father and Son and Their El Camino , photograph by the amazing  Christopher Myers Photography

Father and Son and Their El Camino, photograph by the amazing Christopher Myers Photography

Contemporary artist Ken Karlic paints with a sense of urgency and passion that is about capturing the essence of a subject. Trained in graphic design, painting and architecture, Ken merges these disciplines in his fine art watercolors with a style and voice that is uniquely his own.

Originally from Chicago, Ken Karlic exhibits regularly in the Mid-Atlantic region as well as painting in national juried plein air events. He was recently featured in The Art of Watercolour, PleinAir Magazine, Voyage Chicago, Fine Art Today and American Watercolor. For Daniel Smith Art Materials, Ken recently wrote Sophisticated Chaos with DANIEL SMITH Watercolors, Step by Step Painting Large Scale, which was distributed to their global client community.

Ken Karlic received his BFA from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign and is a founding partner of the graphic design firm Splice Design Group in Baltimore MD. Ken is a member of the Mid-Atlantic Plein-Air Painters Association (MAPAPA), a Signature Artist Member of Baltimore Watercolor Society and a member in various other watercolor societies.