Jay Kelly

ARTWORK

Almost Impossible

Jay Kelly

Almost Impossible

collage and resin on panel

44 x 44 in (111.76 x 111.76 cm)

Assured*

Jay Kelly

Assured*

Collage & resin on panel

60 x 48 in (152.40 x 121.92 cm)

Elevated

Jay Kelly

Elevated

collage, acrylic and resin on panel

48 x 60 in (121.92 x 152.40 cm)

Head For The Hills

Jay Kelly

Head For The Hills

collage, acrylic and resin on panel

48 x 60 in (121.92 x 152.40 cm)

In Every Detail (2/6)

Jay Kelly

In Every Detail (2/6)

Mixed Media on panel

40 x 50 in (101.60 x 127 cm)

The Skiing Scene (1/20)

Jay Kelly

The Skiing Scene (1/20)

C-print/aluminum/plexiglass

40 x 50 in (101.60 x 127 cm)

Things To Come (1/20)

Jay Kelly

Things To Come (1/20)

C-print/aluminum/plexiglass

50 x 40 in (127 x 101.60 cm)

What Wonder

Jay Kelly

What Wonder

Collage & resin on panel

60 x 48 in (152.40 x 121.92 cm)

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Jay Kelly
Jay Kelly began his career in graphic design, yet quickly emerged as a notable fine artist with his unique style of creating life-like portraits and collages out of books, photos, and magazines. Kelly uses a range of collage material for their varied tones and content. For printed material, he uses vintage magazines, novels (both classics and the more obscure) and art history books. He chooses to paint with paper and various printed materials in order to achieve a unique depth to his work. By allowing the viewer to first see a complete, near photorealistic image from a distance, then at a closer look to explore the many individual textures and bits of text, he is able to add layers of meaning to each piece. Kelly’s focus is the great outdoors, but these are not traditional scenes, rather, they are contemporary compositions derived from a careful blend of classic beauty and modern life. While his method is complex, his goal is simple: emotion.
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