Paintings by Canadian philosopher and artist Kenneth G. Mills (1923–2004) rarely come on the market. This is a unique opportunity to own Triangle Bay, acrylic on canvas, approx. 105 x 87 centimeters, without frame, painted in 1993, which is being made available by a private collector in the Netherlands. All proceeds from the sale will go to support the Kenneth G. Mills Scholarship at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto.
Kenneth Mills’s skillful, innovative use of acrylics in landscapes and florals has drawn many admirers, including artist Timothy Phillips, who was a student of Salvador Dalí. He said: “Dr. Mills’s paintings are full of metaphysical hints, hidden there the way Dalí hides things. I love his paintings!”
If you are interested in acquiring this inspiring landscape, please send an email to email@example.com with your offer. You are encouraged to be sincere in your estimate and to keep in mind that the funds will help talented young music students continue their studies.
For other examples of Dr. Mills’s art, see https://www.kgmfoundation.org/media/art-gallery/