My artwork evolves from sketches and photographs of organic shapes found in nature. I use a process that consists of constructing and deconstructing images. The patchwork results drive my creative decisions about the composition, content, sizes and materials of the art pieces. This physical process drives my intuitive decisions.
The woodcuts correspond to the original subject material, and they add structural elements to a natural fluidity. The use of paper creates a more flowing
Kay creates images, both abstract andrepresentational using oil, acrylic, ink, watercolor, and paper.
BFA Herron School of Art and Design-High Distinction-Painting
BA Advertising Pennsylvania State University
BA Psychology Pennsylvania State University
MBA Indiana Wesleyan University
Watercolor Society of Indiana
Indianapolis Art Center
Contemporary Society of the Indianapolis Art Museum
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