An honest look at Greg Kelsey’s sculpture reveals his intensity for both form and subject. No matter the subject, he believes that form is the most significant thing about a sculpture. He finds it “a powerful combination when form and subject are both meaningful.”
As a self-taught artist, Greg is a consummate student of the behavior of light on surface. He feels the mastery of different textures gives each piece life and aids the viewer in noticing what is supposed to be noticed. For him the form has to own its own space and command attention; whereas, the detail should draw the focus of the eye, while stressing power, gesture or movement.
Greg feels his subjects have already told a story through mood, texture and line that he as the artist is supposed to recognize, acknowledge and retell.
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