Henson, Kenny

Kenny is ¾ Cherokee. He was born and raised in Tahlequah Oklahoma. Kenny currently lives on a small farm on the banks of the Baron Fork Creek in Adair County where he has his Art studio. He currently works for the Cherokee Nation in the Aerospace & Defense division as a design engineer, but his passion in life is painting and creating Southeastern themed art that depicts Cherokees during the early 1700’s - 1800s. Kenny’s paintings are inspired by stories that have been told to him by elders no longer with us but that live on through his Art. He also likes to paint Wildlife and Southwestern themed Art. Kenny said he has hundreds of ideas in his head that he wants to paint. Because of time constraints his current goal is to paint at least one painting a month as well as improving his skills as a Native American Artist. His goal is to retire from the corporate world, paint full time and open up his own Art Gallery. Kenny has been painting professionally about twenty years and has won numerous awards all over the United States.

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