Category Archives: paintings by Lea Kelley
Animus Rising • 48×36 • Acrylic on Canvas Textured with black emerging from the void as a powerful, masculine red attempts to dominate the canvas, barely contained by the clarity and understanding of white. Within each woman is the animus … Continue reading
Maslow’s Mesa • 60×48 • Acrylic and Gold on Canvas Self Actualization may come in steps, but is there really an hierarchy? Maybe we experience elements of “Self” Actualization intermittently, even if we are hungry or we feel alone.
Pollinating Period (Blue Moon) 36×48 Acrylic and Gold on Canvas As a woman approaches the middle of her life, the opportunities to birth a child, or create progeny, become fewer and fewer until those opportunities are as rare as a … Continue reading
Death Valley in Bloom • 36×36 • Acrylic on Canvas In 2004 Death Valley received more rain than it had in 40 years. Dormant flowers that had not been seen for that long bloomed to remind us that we may have … Continue reading
Night Rain • 36×48 • Acrylic and Gold on Canvas In the Great Northwest one must find solace and beauty in rain or life will frequently appear dreary. Night Rain is the washing away of the darkness as street lights … Continue reading
Fire Dancer • Acrylic and Gold on Canvas