Ken Fiery







Ken Fiery

Ken Fiery

Nashua, NH


Painting for me is a deeply emotional and joyful experience. My painting is a record of my experience. Most of my work begins on site, "en plein air", and is then later completed in my studio. As I begin a painting it is always an adventure that I hope will express the emotional experience that captured me in the first place. When it does, it is a beautiful mystery that stirs my soul every time that I look at it. This also is what I want to share with others. Painting was a hobby for me for most of my life until more recently when I was irresistibly drawn into it as a professional adventure. My previous career, built upon a doctorate in psychology and clinical studies, focused on treating individuals and couples in private practice. During the course of these years I was a student of the late prominent New Hampshire artist Calvin Libby and then later a student at the New Hampshire Institute of Art. My most recent teacher of many years, who remains my mentor and friend, is Maine Coast painter Stan Moeller. By way of a professional art affiliation, I have been awarded acceptance into the Oil Painters of America as associate member.


Main Streets welcome by Ken Fiery


Lake Sunapee Boat Dock by Ken Fiery


Harnessing the Clydesdales by Ken Fiery


Hancock Village Scene by Ken Fiery


Golden Leaves by Ken Fiery


Gazebo New Boston by Ken Fiery


Forest Wall by Ken Fiery


Eight Second Hero by Ken Fiery


Driver Training by Ken Fiery


The Carpenters House by Ken Fiery


Birchwood Inn by Ken Fiery


Bandstand by Ken Fiery


A Morning in Wilton by Ken Fiery


A Long Winter's Nap by Ken Fiery


Afternoon at Nubble Light by Ken Fiery


Robert Frost Portrait by Ken Fiery


Silas is Back by Ken Fiery


The Special Janizary by Ken Fiery


Birches and Ice by Ken Fiery


Mending Wall by Ken Fiery


The Road Not Taken by Ken Fiery


The Runaway by Ken Fiery


Tuft of Flowers by Ken Fiery