Kevin Evans Artist Bio
Kevin Evans is a native Californian, born in San Luis Obispo, and resident of the San Francisco Bay Area since 1985. His chosen mediums are painting, printmaking, sculpture and digital media.
Since 1994, Kevin has worked as an artist in the CGI/computer games industry.
Evans holds a BFA in illustration and painting. A short list of affiliations include: Sanzaru Games, LucasArts, Marvel, Sega, Sony, Activision, 2K Games, The San Francisco Chronicle, Mondo 2000, The East Bay Express, The San Francisco Bay Guardian and The Sacramento News & Review. In addition to work in the games industry and illustration, Kevin's artwork has been included in many fine art exhibitions in the United States and abroad. Highlights include Varnish Fine Art and Meridian Gallery in San Francisco, The Kellogg University Art Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Arts Council of Sonoma County Gallery, Nicolet College Art Gallery in Wisconsin and Maison d'Ailleurs Museum of Utopia in Switzerland.
In 2009 Evans co-curated with Carrie Galbraith a group show "Kinkade Cannibalized" as the inaugural opening of Winston Smith's "Grant's Tomb Gallery" in San Francisco.
Kevin Co-authored, Co-edited, Art Directed and was the primary illustrator for “Tales of the San Francisco Cacophony Society”. The book was released in spring 2013 by Last Gasp Publishing and is a retrospective of The San Francisco Cacophony Society, a group of bay area pranksters that fostered the idea of creative exploration that went viral and spread around the world.
Kevin's artwork has been featured in various publications including “A Lovecraft Retrospective: Artists Inspired by HP Lovecraft”, Centipede Press, and Reader's Guide to the Cthulhu Mythos, Gakken, Japan.
Kevin Evans has been a guest blogger on Laughing Squid.