For the past 17 years, Kevin Paulsen has been living and painting in two sprawling lofts on the second and third floors of a former department store on Kingston’s Wall Street. He is that rare creator who is equally devoted to his art and his business: producing murals and decorative interior design work. Before moving to Kingston, Paulsen spent 20 years in Nantucket, where he established a relationship with several galleries and prestigious venues such as David Findlay and Bergdorf Goodman.
By mysterious osmosis, Paulsen absorbed the primitive folk art of New England, which was contemporaneous with Nantucket’s . . .
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