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Ann Kelly solo exhibit of artwork at the Holliston Library

by Press Release
November 6, 2017

Ann paints landscapes, portraits, animals, still life and westerns in a representational style and bold colors.

Ann Kelly is holding her second solo exhibit of artwork at the Holliston Library throughout November.  Ann is an artist living in Holliston, Massachusetts. Born in New Jersey, she moved to Holliston in 1988 with her husband and children.  She was given her first set of oil paints in 1960 at the age of 9 years and is mostly self-taught in both oils and watercolors.  She studied Life Drawing at Kean University in New Jersey and Painting at the Danforth Museum.

Her works are held in private collections in Sudbury, Dover and Medfield Massachusetts.  Also in New York, New Jersey, Ireland and England.   Her subject matter is quite diverse.  She paints landscapes, portraits, animals, still life and westerns in a representational style and bold colors.

At the Holliston Public Library, 752 Washington Street, through November 2017

 

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Thanks to the library for this beautiful display. What a talented, unique and prolific artist Ms. Kelly is! I hope everyone takes advantage of an opportunity to see the show and be returned to stunning and yet comfortingly familiar beauty. Only here till December.

- Pat fuller | 11/7/17 10:20 AM

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