Shop for artwork based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
A-0190 - Dramatic Blackcountry Image by Ken Wood
A-0189 - Napton Lock by Ken Wood
A-0188 - Bygone Image of the Blackcountry by Ken Wood
A-0187 You are Fired Peaky Blinder Style by Ken Wood
A-0185 - Dramatic Blackcountry by Ken Wood
A-0184 - The Letter by Ken Wood
A-0183 - Capital Images by Ken Wood
A-0182 - Winter at the Museum by Ken Wood
A-0181 - St. James Infant School by Ken Wood
A-0180 - Black Country View by Ken Wood
A-0179 - Peaky Blinders HQ by Ken Wood
A-0178 - Meet The Family by Ken Wood
A-0177 - Toll End Bridge by Ken Wood
A-0176 - Black Country Memories by Ken Wood
A-0175 - Impossible Engineering by Ken Wood
A-0174 - The Blackcountry Living Museum by Ken Wood
A-0173 - Brockmoor High Street by Ken Wood
A-0172 - The Wordsley Cone by Ken Wood
A-0171 - War Horse by Ken Wood
A-0170 - Castle Street, Dudley by Ken Wood
A-0168 - The Peaky Blinders - Night Out by Ken Wood
A-0169 - Nine Lock Basin at Brierley Hill by Ken Wood
A-0167 - The Peaky Blinders - Rent day by Ken Wood
A-0166 Dudley Priory c.1750 by Ken Wood
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About Ken Wood
Ken was born in Ironbridge Shropshire in 1945. He moved to Dudley with his parents in 1950 and, even at this early age, he began to be aware of the dramatic industrial landscape of The Black Country and the hard working people it produced.
Ken spent most of his working life in engineering but always dreamed of the day when he could take his hobby of painting to a more professional level. Ken took early retirement to pursue his desire to paint the industrial Black Country and his work is now to be found in faraway places such as the USA.
Ken also paints Landscapes, Cityscapes and World War 2 scenes. He is also available for commissions.