Kelly Morehouse at the Portrait Society of Canada's Olympic Series Showing in Toronto
Kelly Morehouse is an artist with a feel for the peaceful, the calm, and the gentle. The art she creates reflects her attitude toward that which enriches our lives without the clutter of today’s hectic world. People, nature, contemplative abstracts and similar types of introspective subjects are her usual focus.
Born in Newfoundland, raised in Kansas, New Brunswick & Alberta, Kelly returned to the east coast that she loves. She now lives with her husband, daughter and many beloved critters on a hobby farm in the rolling hills of rural Nova Scotia.
Kelly studied art at the Nova Scotia College of Art & Design in Halifax. Her work, for which she has won several awards, has been added to a number of private collections. She is a member of the Portrait Society of Canada and Hants County Arts Council as well as the East Hants Fine Arts Association, and for the past few years has shown her work in their annual Spring Show.
When not at work in her garret or in the barn, Kelly might be found taking photographs or acting on one of the local stages or in a visiting film.
To learn more about Kelly and her art, please click here to be taken to her website.