Published on August 25, 2014 by Amy
Kelly learned design and Nuxalk conventions from Alvin Mack. He began painting in 1997 and familiarized himself with Northwest Coast aesthetics. While Kelly is making a name for himself with his prints and originals, he has started to branch out and apply his designs to other media. For example, he has created several bentwood boxes for Lattimer Gallery. In addition, Kelly graduated from the Northwest Coast Jewellery Arts Program at Vancouver’s Native Education College in March, 2010.
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