As a painter my focus is process and color. My surfaces reveal an obsession with perfection and imperfection and reference architecture or sculpture that has been flattened or compressed.
As an artist I am drawn to the beauty of erosion: the physical deterioration and wearing away of forms over time through the action of nature’s hand. I mimic this beauty of erosion in my paintings, which are made up of as many as forty layers of pigment that I reveal by sanding, scraping, and bruising the painting’s surface in a manner that simulates both decay and the passage of time.
My approach to painting is personal and reflective. The result is a private record, not unlike a journal. I always title my paintings by the date and time when they’re completed, alluding to the concept of documentation.
Kellyann is a conceptual painter who focuses on process and color, creating a visual interpretation of her environment through abstraction. The result is a personal form of documentation. Her paintings often reference architecture and mimic nature's ability to enhance and transform man's world through the beauty of erosion.
Her work is held in many public and private collections, she has exhibited through out the United States and abroad.
Kellyann lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.