Ken Webb studied at the Alberta College of Art in Calgary and attended the Royal College of Art in London, England for post-graduate studies. He has taught at the University of Calgary and is currently Professor Emeritus
Alberta College of Art & Design. Webb has shown with John Ramsay Contemporary Art in Vancouver, Paul Kuhn Gallery in Calgary, Mira Goddard in Toronto and in numerous international exhibitions. Ken’s work has been published in “Hidden Values, Contemporary Canadian Art in Corporate Collections” (Robert Swain), “Printmaking in Alberta: 1945 – 1985” (Bente Roed Cochran) and “Sitelines, Printmaking and Image Culture” (Walter Jule) and most recently in "An Alberta Chronicle, Adventures in Recent and Contemporary Art" (Mary-Beth Laviolette). In 2002, Kenneth Webb received the Award of Excellence from the Alberta College of Art and Design.
Ken Webb’s work reflects on the desensitizing of photographic image and the process of filtering or interference. Initially these images were constructed as digital files and re interpreted into paintings. This work incorporates printed photographic images, graphic elements and the handmade painted object.