Paul Kenny was born in 1951 and educated in Salford, Northwest England. He
completed his Fine Art Degree at Newcastle upon Tyne in 1975.
In 2004 he returned to North Northumberland where he now lives and works
not far from Holy Island with his wife Margaret.
He has travelled to work in Japan, France and Ireland but the main focus in
developing his unique vision is the remote beaches of Wester Ross in north-west
Scotland and the Western fringes of the outlying Islands.
In 2000 he was made a Fellow of the Ballinglen Arts Foundation and now spends
time annually at their facility in North West Mayo, Eire.
He has work in some major public and private collections including Deutche
Bank, Goldman Sachs, the National Photography Collection, Bradford and the
National Gallery of Scotland.