Ken Bloomhorst

Ken Bloomhorst


Not my words, but I live by them. “Art is not an end in itself, but a means of addressing humanity.”


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About My Work:

I recently created a series of digital paintings . I also just finished illustrating a children’s novel “Three Sister Dragons”. It is on Amazon.  I’m curently illustrating a children’s book of poems featuring crazy jungle animals. In the same vane, I designed the packaging for a new children’s product called “The Bridge Kids”, CD’s featuring original stories with musical nursery rhymes intersperesed within the story. Illustrations for Quality Time Inc.  childrens educational programs on DVD’s.

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BFA- The School of the Dayton Art Institute

Attended William & Mary University (Norfolk)


Society of Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators, Hoosier Salon, Watercolor Society of Indiana, Indiana Plein Air Painters Association, The Hamilton County Artists’ Association, Indiana Wildlife Arts. Past board member of the Fishers Arts Council, Conner Prairie Advisory Council & The Museum of Indian Heritage



Designed the federal logo for “The United States Environmental Protection Agency”, a “VOTE” poster displayed in the Smithsonion Institutes political advertising section, next to the famous Uncle Sam  “I want you” poster. Represented in The Library of Congress. New York Art Directors Club. Chicago 4 Show,2 Comunications Magazine, numerous Addy awards, 2 Best of Shows, Indianpolis Art D


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  1. I will miss Ken Bloomhorst, my mentor, former “boss” and friend. God blessed this man with kindness, compassion and character. I can visualize him in Heaven with his beloved Birdie reunited for eternity! We may have lost his light here on earth but he will twinkle in God’s big house forever!


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