As a sculptor Ken is intrigued by the way society works on the surface, the patterns we make and the way we scratch and mark the surface of the land. He will use his residency as an opportunity to work with the stone of the area exploring 'surface' in the form of pattern as it relates to the Hill End experience of mining, agriculture and habitation.
In 2004 Ken was a finalist in the East Coast Sculpture Prize at Balina, NSW. Committed to community arts and cultural development he was the curator and coordinator of the Western Area Sculptors first exhibition at the Japanese Gardens and Cultural Centre Cowra, NSW, and currently serves on the board of the Cowra Regional Art Gallery. He exhibits regularly within the NSW and his work is represented in Cowra Art Gallery and many private collections.