Samuel Kane

Above: Neon Portrait I & II, Monochrome I & II, print on canvas, each 30 x 60″

“Samuel Kane was born and raised in the rural town of Trona, California. He discovered his artistic flair and love for painting in a high school art class. He would be inspired by all things: pictures in magazines, old family photographs, nature, and even the walls of his house. He has been traveling all around the world to fuel his passion for art.”

We have variations of Kane’s split portraits in several guest rooms, as well as in public areas. 

Fun Fact: The human brain contains about 100 billion neurons on average. These neurons create a dense and complex network, and are responsible for the way our mind processes information, as well as our sense of self. 

Author: thecurrentiowablog

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