Artworks
Oil on Board
8 1/2" x 9 1/2"
2014
Oil Paint on Board
11 3/4" x 11
2014
Oil Paint on Board
14" x 11"
2014
Acrylic paint on paper
9" x 12"
2019
Oil Paint on Board
7 3/4" x 13 3/4"
2014
Oil Paint on Board
7 3/4" x 13 3/4"
2014
Oil Paint on Board
2014
Oil Paint on Board
2015
acrylic paint on hard board
11 7/8" x 8 1/8"
2015
Oil paint on hard board
2013

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  • Kate Kellar posted a new Artwork The Mississippi
    This piece was done quickly and is still loose as it is not completed. This was a rough plein-air sketch of the Mississippi river, from a bluff in Old Frontenac, MN.
  • Kate Kellar updated the Artwork The Seashell
    This piece helped me discover my taste for dramatic lighting and color. The seashell featured here is a similar to a Conch shell, though lacking any color. I received it in childhood and it has always been a worn reminder of the oceans power. The shell was set ablaze when trying to find suitable lighting. The finished painting has a mixture of natural and artificial lighting, resulting in the rich blue and orange tones.
  • Kate Kellar updated the Artwork Life is Sweet
    This piece was designed for my Grandparents wedding anniversary. Geraniums are their favorite flowers, so the concept stemed from there. In this piece I also experimented with the making colors more vivid than they are in reality, which proved to be a lot of fun.
  • Kate Kellar updated the Artwork Tossed and Found
    This piece was created using things I found in an illegal dump in a national park. I had been walking in the woods and when I saw the items in the painting and picked them up. When I got to the studio I was discussing the concept with my art teacher and serendipitously described the items as tossed and found. Thus the painting got it's name.We added the paper and table later. 
  • updated the Artwork The Hand
    This piece was painted over a period of roughly 6 months as an artistic exercise. The Site Size meathod was used to recreate the image of a plaster cast as accurately as possible.