The last living artist member of the "Toller Holler" Kinneys, Hazel Kinney has a lot of time on her hands these days and paints a lot of bible pictures. Charley Kinney, her brother in law, who died in 1991, was the creator of the now well-known Kentucky "haint" paintings, and Noah Kinney, her husband, who also died in 1991, was famous for his spirited carvings of animals.
Hazel began drawing seriously after the death of the other family members. Her drawings are an attempt at realism and many collectors are buying her work to round out their collections and include pieces by all three Kinneys. Hazel also makes a few clay figures, but her drawings are her best work. Her drawings are in the Kentucky Folk Art Center and the Southern Ohio Museum. In 1995 her work was included in an exhibition called "Slow Time: Art by Charley, Noah and Hazel Kinney"