O’Toole Studio

Ken O’Toole
6624 Monterrey Drive
Fort Worth, TX. 76112
Studio hours for visitation and tours are by appointment only.

Please call 817-456-9452
to set up a private viewing of Ken’s artwork or to have artwork delilvered for a pre-purchase onsite viewing (currently limited to the Dallas / Fort Worth area).

You may also contact him by email at

For information about new work and upcoming events, we encourage you to sign our guestbook

Ken O’Toole
Born 8/21/1953

Published Author, Poet, Artist

Ken O’Toole is an experimental artist working in various media. Much of his work involves creating a “visual vocabulary” to communicate emotional or spiritual experiences and create new perceptions. Choosing the “classroom of doing,” rather than more traditional training, has allowed O’Toole to accelerate his growth and remain open to experimentation.

His most recent works include paper sculptures. Combining action-painting and paper-folding techniques, O’Toole’s paper sculptures display a myriad of surfaces resembling character sets and surreal landscapes.

In 2013 Ken O’Toole completed a public art project entitled “Dreams at 100 Fathoms” which was commissioned by Fort Worth Public Arts for the Marine Park Family Aquatic Center .

His visionary, “Cultural Ghosts,” series of photographs were the inspiration for the 2011 Sustaining Artists Juried Exhibit in Fort Worth.

Some notable exhibitions which included his work were:

  • BJ Spoke Gallery “PaperWorks” Juried Exhibit in New York, NY
  • “Materiality” at the ARC Gallery in Chicago, IL
  • Ann Metzger National Juried Exhibit in St. Louis, MO

His artwork is collected by corporate and private entities across the country, including Findlay Properties Group in Fort Worth.

A selection of his work can currently be viewed at the Rebecca Low Sculptural Gallery and Studio at 7608 Camp Bowie West
Fort Worth, TX 76116.