Kevin Greeland
Kevin Greeland is a practicing artist and art educator living in California. Kevin teaches a variety of classes in mixed media approaches to painting and sculpture. He teaches both adults and children in a number of different subjects from acrylic painting to bookmaking, and personal expression. Kevin was the co-owner and managing partner of Parkland Art Boutique & Gallery, originally located in Sarasota, Florida. Currently, Kevin operates Art Haus, a working studio for artists, offering a variety art classes and workshops, additionally he also offers a professional lecture and demonstration series for Golden Artist Colors, Inc.

Kevin holds a Master’s Degree in Fine Art and a Bachelors of Science Degree in Art Education. Kevin is a certified Golden Artist Educator for Golden Artist Colors, Inc. Kevin has taught art at Memphis College of Art and Vanderbilt University where he was also the Assistant Director of the Sarratt Studio Arts Program. He has taught art in public schools in Pennsylvania and Tennessee as well as in various museum settings, such as Cheekwood Art Museum and the Reading Public Museum. In the 2002-2003 school year he was recognized as an outstanding art educator with a Teacher of the Year Award from Metropolitan Nashville-Davidson County Public Schools.

He is the recipient of a Hohenberg European Travel Fellowship and has participated in a number of residency programs, including a program at Wackers Academy in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Kevin has received numerous awards; his artwork includes sculpture, installations, painting, printmaking, photography and handmade books.