Kelley Kay Badgerow a contemporary Midwestern artist who belongs to Northwest Iowa. Kelley Kay Badgerow, a great dog lover is a full time artist leads a very simple life. In the paintings of Kelley Kay Badgerow we can find a skillful blending of folk, realism and impressionism
Kelley being a contemporary artist
has been creating visual art forms since twenty years. Kelley Kay Badgerow started professional painting from ten years of age. Kelley Kay Badgerow is a master artist of graphite, colored pencil, ink, watercolor, oil, enamel and acrylic painting in fact she is a self taught artist in this field. Though Kelley Kay Badgerow is an emerging artist of her kind still through exhibitions she has sold many drawings and paintings on different subjects.
Content Cowboy: Kelley Kay Badgerow painted the ‘content cowboy' in the year 2004. It was an acrylic painting work which was 11 inches wide, 14 inches high. The painting was wooden framed with a western theme. The painting was sold in 390 US dollars.
Small Town Reflection: the ‘small town reflection' was an acrylic painting work done by Kelley Kay Badgerow in the year 2004. The painting was done by Kelley on a canvas 20 inches wide, 16 inches high and having 2 inches depth. This wooden framed painting was sold in 1300 US dollars. The painting featured street of an upper Midwest framing town reflecting the situation of a street corner in 1980s.
Back to Farmall: the ‘Back to Farmall' was created by Kelley Kay Badgerow in the year 2004. The canvas on which the painting was created was 11 inches wide and 14 inches high painting. It was an unframed work sold in 55 US dollars. The feature K.Kay's first tractor art was nicely expressed in water color paper.
For her highly esteemed work Kelley Kay Badgerow earned many prestigious awards and prizes since many years.
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