Here's a little about myself...
Kelly Lynn Wright was born and raised in Helper, Utah. She is a self-taught artist working in oils, acrylics, watercolor, and charcoal. She was commissioned to do the artwork for Urgent Care in Price, Utah 2017. Gallery East Art Exhibit 2020. And recently began a mentorship with Jean Claude Gaugy. Her first introduction to the world of art was back in 1998, when she drove 200 miles once a week to learn all the aspects of Porcelain Doll making. Her Native American dolls were showcased in West of Santa Fe at Ceasar's Forum Shops in Las Vegas for 12 years and were sold and shipped all over the world! She started her journey with a paintbrush late in life, so every spare moment she has is spent creating.
Painting is a way for me to escape. 9 times out of 10, when I sit down and begin a new piece, I have no idea where it is going to take me, at times it begins with something totally different then what I end up with. That is what I love, there is so much diversity, which you will see in my work. I'm fascinated with what you can create and I like to mix things up, acrylics, oils, watercolor, inks, textures, I'm all over the place! It is so rewarding to sit back and look at a finished piece and say "WOW... I did that"