Kevin Garber is a Pennsylvania native who moved to Maryland in 2008. Trained as a fine art lithographer, Kevin earned a Masters in Fine Art from the University of Nebraska in 1987. He was a professor of printmaking and drawing at Washington University in St. Louis for over ten years. As Master Printer at the university, Kevin ran the collaborative Print Workshop, and published fine art print editions for dozens of renowned artists. Kevin opened and operated Fishing Creek Studios, a commercial sculpture studio in St. Louis for 15 years. Now, he paints and makes assemblages in his studio in Bozman, offers art services to collectors, and teaches classes at the Academy Art Museum in Easton. Kevin's work can be found in many private and corporate collections, including the Whitney Museum of Modern Art in New York.
Kevin has been drawing and painting birds for 40 years. From large scale abstracted prints to tiny detailed renderings, Garber has used birds as a muse throughout his entire career.