Anne Kelly

Anne Kelly has studied a wide variety of printmaking and encaustic mixed media techniques with several artists, including Sarah Smelser, Dutes Miller, Donna Brown, Steve Fisher, Jeffrey Hirst, and Sarah Rehmer, in an effort to hone her own personal style and process. Her printmaking often centers on viscosity-inked monoprints that experiment with color and overlapping, repetitive layers. Surrounding landscape features are her primary influence, particularly the Niagara Escarpment connecting her to her daughter Mamie in Stratford, Ontario. Additionally Anne enjoys creating collagraph prints from found objects.