Starting pottery in early 2020, pottery was a way to connect with the peace and harmony within.
Self-taught, Kelsey curated a studio space in her home and got lost, or more so found, in the endless self-discovery of this art. She believes art and creation are intrinsically woven in the deepest and oldest parts of our humanity and can be tapped into when we come across the right muses to envision it and mediums to release it.
That is the ethos of her art; parts of the mind that can’t be ...
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