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Kelly Girard is a professional Artist that has been featured in shows across the country for the past decade.  After studying  fine Arts at UCLA, Kelly has gone on to create a diverse array of original material and plans to share it with the world.  Kelly can be contacted for inquires about her work, on request for custom work at: 518-260-6925


The work here at Willows Bistro embodies three series the Artist is working on.

Currently Kelly's art is availible for viewing and sale at Willows Bistro.  The actual pictures will be availible shortly.  Please feel free to contact Willows Bistro for more details.  Below is a description of the various series at Willows Bistro that Kelly has developed and are on display.

The Green Series

An ongoing series originally inspired by early childhood memories of the color Olive Drab green.  As a child surrounded by army fatigues and helicopters of her father.  The work has morphed into the topographical views of landscapes seen from the air and the abstraction of nature, looking at the world through the lens of the micro and macro.



The Wasteland Series

A series exploring the concept of beauty in the banal.  Finding the delicate intricacies in something often overlooked or ugly.  Wasteland refers to a landscape of untraditional beauty.



The Work Series

A series centered around the notion of work sites. The artist uses the form of art making as a metaphor of working.  The building and construction that shapes the world.  The artist uses the concept of labor as the artist, bound up with labor intensive process of art making, much like that of a skilled builder.