Kalley Fosso’s work focuses on her process of creating abstract compositions; she is highly influenced by nature - both its physical traits and its historical aspects - and materiality - including acrylic paint, watercolor, charcoal, charcoal powder, oil based pastel, chalk pastel, graphite, spray paint, and so on. She currently resides in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where she had been trained as a fine artist, designer, and art historian at Bethel University of Minnesota. Throughout her practice, she has been the recipient of the 2017 Cameroon Booth Memorial Painting Award and has exhibited her works in several shows including: Its fine, Art. in the Johnson Gallery of Bethel University throughout February 2018, It Started In Tettegouche. which was a solo exhibition in the Johnson Gallery of Bethel University throughout January 2018, Something From the Summer. in the North Studio of Bethel University throughout September 2017, Dexterity/Synergy. in the North Thorp Building of Minneapolis, Minnesota, throughout May 2017, and Raspberry Monday. in the Johnson Gallery of Bethel University throughout May 2017. She currently interns with a Minneapolis based painter - Jil Evans - and continues her own practice.