Kinsey’s oeuvre encompasses painting, sculpture, works on paper, and outdoor murals. Often drawing inspiration from the natural world, Kinsey creates figurative abstractions, placing them in barren landscapes. Constructed from organically-shaped planes of flat color, these solitary forms recall a feeling of existentialist loneliness. Kinsey’s works convey a sense of a society in perpetual fragmentation through his use of abstraction, suggesting the illusions of a distorted reality.
As the artist states “As far back as I can remember, art has always been a place of self-expression, refuge, and understanding of the world around me. I’ve always known that at some point I would go back to that place. When I found this small isolated town, that could provide me a renewed platform to create without all distractions of my previous ventures, I jumped right in”. His next move came in 2016 when he relocated to San Diego, California where he now lives and works.