Set designer Sheila Bock chose nine of Kelly Sullivan's paintings to dress the set of CBS's new political drama "Madam Secretary". Kelly's work is gracing the walls of the leading lady's Georgetown apartment. "I'm so flattered that Sheila chose my work to represent the personal taste of such a great character(!) and to know that Tea Leoni and her fellow cast members will be seeing my work on the set is exciting. The new show airs on CBS, Sunday evenings at 8PM, beginning on September 21st.
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Kelly can be found in and around "The River Valley" painting en' plein air over the next few months, in preparation for her upcoming show opening on October 25th.
Join us at the studio from 5-9 for a opening look at Kelly's newest series of oil paintings depicting the beautiful Delaware River Valley that Kelly is blessed to call home.
Twenty years ago, the seed for a global arts project, Mighty Fingers Facing Change, was planted in artist Kelly Sullivan’s mind. As her signature method of painting with hundreds to thousands of people gained increasing media coverage in the collaborative arts, an even larger project loomed in her mind, one that would connect not just large groups, but disparate communities from around the world.
Toni Tru, videographer for the Mighty Fingers Facing Change project, took footage of Kelly while painting a portrait of Serge in Port au Prince, Haiti. She has sped it up and here is a time lapse of the process.
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“…she captured the essence of a young girl lost in her own private thoughts, her long auburn hair caught in the gentle breeze.”
The Times, August 2013
"Aidan" a highly personal oil portrait by artist Kelly Sullivan, won Honorable Mention for Portraiture at the prestigious Oil Painters of America National Exhibition.
Home News Tribune, June 2014