Ejszaka (night)

cotton, acrylic, wood, plastisol

~ 36 inches


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Kelly Allen is interested in creating work that portrays the unity of life on earth. Allen's work is primarily fueled by the desire to build a bridge between our ancestral connection to the natural world and contemporary society. Acting from our current side of that bridge, she seeks to create a renewed respect and appreciation for the fantastic flora and fauna that shares the earth with us.

Allen is a native of Michigan and an alumna of Humboldt State University. She earned her undergraduate degree in Studio Art from Humboldt State, graduating summa cum laude in 2003. She later went on to a residency at the Ox-Bow School of Art. In 2008 Allen earned a MFA with an emphasis in drawing from the Kendall College of Art and Design.