Kellie works out of her studio in downtown Anniston, Alabama
acrylic, on paper
Kellie is inspired by structured design, patterns and textiles, and combines that intrigue with the freedom of a Picasso style continuous line technique to create a graphic perspective on human figures, nature and other subjects. This process offers both the recklessness in creating a subject in one continuous line without constraints of proportion or perfection. Instead, in the end, with its imperfect form, one of her paintings might unfurl differently in the viewer's eyes than it did in hers when it was created. That moment is when the imperfect form meets the perfect interpretation.