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  Kevin Macpherson

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Kevin Macpherson is recognized as one of America's most accomplished Impressionistic plein air painters. His discipline and dedication have earned him critical success and numerous awards for his artwork. He is a member of many top organizations and has been recognized for his accomplishments and influence. He is a Signature Member and served as the First President of the Plein Air Painters of America (PAPA), a California Art Club (CAC) Master Artist, an American Impressionist Society (AIS) Master Artist, and an Oil Painters of America (OPA) Master. Galleries in New Mexico and California represent his work.

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Award Wining Artist!

Kevin has recently been awarded in 2017 the "Ney Founders Award for Masters" by the American Impressionist Society's 18th Annual National Juried Competition at Montgomery-Lee Fine Art in beautiful Park City, Utah. Congratulations to an accomplished, OPA Master artist!

Founder of 'Art Ambassador'

Kevin Macpherson is also the founder of 'Art Ambassador For A Colorful World.' "We [Art Ambassadors] believe art has the power to change the world. It inspires individuals and brings together entire communities. Art Ambassador helps children and adults express their vision of the world through art. When children draw and paint, a creative spark is ignited. They are able to develop life skills like cooperation, confidence and leadership. Art provides a colorful retreat from everyday life bringing joy and laughter to kids and the communities that delight in them.

Kevin Macpherson and his art ambassadors provide high quality, individualized art instruction and lectures. Their programs are designed to promote a love of learning, to ignite the spark of creativity, and to build community among the children and their villages. The lecture series and work with national governments and museums and institutions of higher learning are designed to build the local capacity for art instruction and appreciation as a community organizing force."