Here you'll find easy-to-use information about Kevin and his work as well as some of the nice things people have written about him...
- For the Media
- Kevin's newsletter, MUSeINGS
- Artist's Statement and Biography
- From the Media
FOR THE MEDIA
Click here to see and download HIGH-QUALITY PHOTOS of Kevin's work.
Click here to read FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (and answers) about Kevin.
For a BIOGRAPHY, RESUME, ARTIST STATEMENT, REPRESENTATION and other biographical information, please visit the About page.
To read WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING about Kevin, please visit the Kudos page.
CURRENT NEWS RELEASES, FACT SHEETS, CALENDAR ITEMS, ETC.
Selected pieces of Kevin's work are currently carried at
Pearson & Company, in the heart of the Scottsdale, Arizona, gallery district at 7022 E. Main St., between Scottsdale Rd. and Goldwater Blvd. 602-840-6447
Map - Pearson & Company.
Vision Gallery, 10 East Chicago St., Chandler, Arizona. 480-782-2695
Map - Vision Gallery
FROM THE MEDIA
Kevin's sculptures CounterSink and Bou were selected by Saatchi Online for a sculpture collection that was featured on the prestigious London gallery's site homepage in April 2013.
Kevin's work was featured in the February 26, 2013, print and online editions of the Yuma Sun regarding the show "The Organic Edge."
Kevin's work appeared in the February 2013 issue of Iconic Magazine.
On Sunday, January 13, the Arizona Republic Kevin's sculpture Big Bang was featured in an article "A Tale of 3 Media" about the show "Paper Metal Resin."
Kevin's sculpture Torrent was featured in Luxe magazine's "Arizona Scene" section in the Spring 2012 issue.
In January 2011, Kevin was quoted and pictured (woodcut) on the front page of the Wall Street Journal regarding forms of address in the article "Hey, Folks: Here's a Digital Requiem For a Dearly Departed Salutation".
In May 2010, Kevin was interviewed for the site Art Palaver. Hear the podcast at http://www.artpalaver.com/modern-day-artist-podcast-kevin-caron.
A very nice interview with Kevin appeared May 16, 2010, courtesy of the lovely folks at Meylah.com.
When Kevin's public art commission Hands On won the 17th annual Best of the West Arts & Culture Award from Westmarc, a coalition of business, education and government leaders, the Arizona Republic shared the news on AZCentral.com
Kevin got great coverage for his solo show "Free Play" in the October 2009 issue of Phoenix Home & Garden and the October 14, 2009, issue of the Scottsdale Republic.
The installation of Hands On, the public art commission for the city of Avondale, Arizona, was featured on the homepage of azcentral.com on Wednesday, May 15, then in the Arizona Republic the next day on the front page of the Valley & State section. Read the article by clicking here.
There also was nice piece about Hands On's installation in the West Valley View on May 19.
Hands On was also featured on About.com in Judy Hedding's Phoenix Blog on May 27, 2009.
Kevin's sculptural privacy screen Floating Undulations was featured in the profile of the private sculpture garden of a Phoenix, Arizona, art collector in Phoenix Home & Garden's June 2009 issue.
Jessica Lutjmeyer wrote a lively profile of Kevin for the Arizona State University State Press newspaper, which also appeared in the April 23, 2009, online news source ASUWebDevil.
Kevin was included in a syndicated article about speaking clearly to customers of all kinds. The article "Workwise: Adjusting to a new customer base" appeared in the Modesto Bee on March 31, 2009, and thereafter in the Hartford (Connecticut) Courant.
Kevin was chosen as Artist of the Month in December 2008 by Let's Go!. Editor Linda McThrall offered fascinating insights about Kevin's progress since she first visited with him three years ago, just before he became a full-time artist. Click here to read the article.
In a bit of fun, Kevin was profiled in The Arizona Republic's "Match Me With My Wheels," which focused on three sculptors and the vehicles they drive.
The San Tan Sun News wrote about Kevin's appearance at a Chandler gallery - click here to read "Hotter than an Arizona summer".
Kevin was named an ArtistsRegister.com Artist of the Month for August 2008.
His work in a local gallery and a city-sponsored exhibit in the City of Chandler, Arizona, earned Kevin an article in the San Tan Sun News - click here to read "Doing what comes naturally".
Arizona Republic staff member Barbara Yost's profile of Kevin, "Artist's sculpture takes indirect route to exhibit," appeared in the August 9 edition of the Scottsdale Republic.
Kevin was Phoenix magazine's featured artist in its July 2007 issue in the article "Rock 'n' Rebar."
Kevin was named an ArtistsRegister.com Artist of the Month for October 2006.
In addition to other coverage in publications including the Scottsdale Republic, Arizona Republic and frontdoors, Kevin's show "Wonders & Wings" got beautiful exposure in Phoenix Home & Garden's October 2006 issue in a piece dubbed "Wild About Art," featuring a photo of his fountain Dripping Springs at the Scottsdale Fairmont resort.
Kevin was chosen as Artist of the Month in November 2005 by Let's Go!, garnering a full-page article by editor Linda McThrall. Let's go, indeed!
Kevin was featured in the October 2005 issue of Phoenix Home & Garden. The six-page story by Senior Editor Roberta Landman has garnered interest from as far away as Washington state and Florida. If you'd like to read a copy of this wonderful article, please contact us.
Kevin was pleased to have two of his fountains featured in Tim Carter's "Ask the Builder" column, which is syndicated nationally in more than 100 newspapers, and found on the Web.
Kevin's sculpture "So Close" is mentioned in the video documentary "A Man and His Garden" about J. Robert Orton and his La Jolla, California, sculpture garden.
The Camelback Canyon Art Show, which featured Kevin and five other artists, and his one-man show "Wild Dreams," drew great press in the Valley of the Sun area, including articles in the Arizona Republic, the Scottsdale Republic, the Southern Chandler/Ocotillo News (now the San Tan Sun News), frontdoors and many other publications and Web sites.
Kevin sponsors a monthly radio show, Eye on the Web on international shortwave station KNLS that reaches all 50 U.S. states and 124 other countries. If you don't have shortwave, you can enjoy the show here.