Contact

Lea Kelley is available by appointment for private showings and to create original pieces for specific environments upon commission.
email: lea@leakelley.com

 

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5 Responses to Contact

  1. Sharon says:

    Ms Lea Kelly,Thank you…

    I am so glad that I found your site. It is “wonderful” and it stirs my imagination and inner soul.

    If by chance, I am in your area I will come to your studio and introduce myself and ask for a moment of your time.

    Before I watched your presentation of your art, I saw people, animals, places, symbolism and emotions that were in your art.

    I would be HONORED if you would blog roll with me. I am very select, but I would love my readers and Baby Boomers to see your art.

    I am a milliner by trade and I would love to make a hat for you, one day. Already, designs are floating around in my head waiting to come out, as your art does on canvas. It has been a while since that has happened to me, but your art did exactly that to me. Thank you.

    I have sent your blog to another artist friend of mine. I make her hats . She is very simular to you and your work. The world is such a small place.

    Southern smiles and world peace,
    Sharon
    ~The Baby Boomer Queen~
    Author of BabyBomerAdvisorClub.com

  2. Sam Cannon says:

    Ya Basta.

    HELO from Dayton, Ohio. Old fart engineer who lives at the muddy old socket level, always shoveling memory.

    Here’s something for you: “Wherever I go, I find that an artist has gone there before me.” –Freud

    My favorite:
    “We are all individual components in a great social gas.” –Aldous Huxley.

    Come to http://www.nidus.org and nose Polonius.

    ‘Evenin’
    Sam at Root Nidus

  3. Mok (Mark) says:

    Hi Lea! I love what you’re doing, it really serves to show everybody some of the wonderful, beautiful, handsome, cute, goofy, wise, and diverse people around us, and that is a gift in a world that is sometimes too insulated from others. Remember that saying that our faces are our biographies? This really makes that saying come to life! It takes skill and talent to come up with a concept like this and I hope you are very successful with this. I’m Mok by the way, number 2002, I really appreciated the nice things you said about my hat, I make them myself and it thrills me when someone else comments on them. By the way, your paintings are wonderful as well! I hope to see more from you and of you! Adios, Vaya con Dios! Mok

  4. Kay Endriss says:

    Hello!
    I like your work, and your commentary about it.
    I am requesting your permission to use Significance of Man as background to a PowerPoint slide presentation on the statistical concept “p-value” that is being posted to an online course for statistics educators. See link to our team presentation.

    http://docs.google.com/present/edit?id=0AYw2Gn2EU6m2ZGMzZG1oZ3pfMmRnYnNmOWRn&hl=en

    You are credited in the speaker notes, with a website citation. I don’t imagine too much will be done with these slides after our course ends in a couple of weeks, so I don’t think your work is likely to be used other than for this request.
    Thank you for considering this request! Have a good day!
    Kay Endriss

  5. jbrumbaugh says:

    Hey Lea!! It is Scott – Where is your show in NYC? Call me at my Moms now Sunday 9/2.

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