Original Hand-painted leaves by Ken Sanford



Thank you for visiting Ken's page!
Ken is a Pennsylvania wildlife artist currently incarcerated at SCI Greene in Waynesburg, Pa. Ken specializes in painting on leaves. Each leaf is carefully preserved prior to painting to assure decades of enjoyment.    
You can find Ken's art on display at the Gold Leaf Frame Shoppe in Williamsport, Pa and the Susquehanna Gallery and Frame Shop in Jersey Shore, PA. 

Originals and limited edition prints are available for purchase by contacting sanfordnsons58@gmail.com. For more of Ken's art, see below: 


                 Ken's Hand-painted Leaves

                          "Me First!"
              Available limited edition 250 max
              "Guarding the Homefront" 
                Avail limited edition 250 max
                              "Rufus Hummingbird"
                  Available Limited edition prints/100 max.   

                            "New Life"
                     One of Ken's bestsellers: 100/max
"At Home"
One of Ken's bestsellers: 100 max

                 "Honeymoon Suite"
         One of the rare canvas paintings Ken has done.
                                500 max edition

                      "Looks tempting"
                         100 max edition

Black Birch Buck
Bestseller: 100 max
"Moonlit Buck"
100 max
"In the Lilies"
100 max
"On the Water"
100 max
"Dinner in Sight"
200 max
"Majestic Fall"
100 max
"Cornfield King"
100 max
"Downy Woodpecker"
100 max
"Walk in the Woods"
200 max
"Waiting on Spring"
200 max
"Lone Wolf"
200 max
"Afternoon swim"
Pintail Duck/200 max
"Into the Sunset"
Wood duck/100 max
"Deep in Thought"
Gray Fox/200 max
Elk/250 max

"In the Reeds"
Wood Duck/200 max
"Black capped Chickadee"
250 max
"The Prayer"
Chipmunk/200 max
"The View"
Wood duck/100 max

Coming Soon:  

Thanks to the U.S. Supreme Court which ruled that minors should not receive mandatory LWOP sentences, Ken went back to court on April 30th, 2018 and received a new sentence. Fortunately, Ken had the support of over 30 officers who testified in writing and/or by video-conference in his behalf.  During the past 18 years behind bars, Ken has done much to prove his remorse, and that he is truly a redeemed person. He became a certified mental health worker in charge of mentally ill inmates. He is organizing a garden project behind bars to donate produce to local food banks and often donates works of art to worthy charities and causes.  He is respected by staff and inmates alike. 
Sadly, his new sentence did not at all reflect how much Ken grew and matured from the 15 year old boy he had once been. He received a de-facto life sentence with a 52 year minimum.  Though he is doing his best to stay positive, we ask anyone who visits this page to pray for Ken as he adjusts to this terribly disappointing sentence