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Drawing of The Snow Queen

by Kelley Hensing

I’m really looking forward to taking part in the upcoming Mazza Museum show, the Enchanted Brush Exhibition. This year’s theme is “Maidens of Myth”, curated by Dan Chudzinski. The final painting is a secret until the opening, but I took one of my preliminary sketches and made it into a final drawing. If you enjoy this then make sure you check out the final painting, on display starting June 4th-August 10th.

Based on the Hans Christian Anderson fairytale, “The Snow Queen” is a mysterious figure that rules over Winter. It’s a strange and lovely tale with it’s own unique style of symbolism and imagery.

Frame is black wood, matted with glass front

drawing measures 13×19; with frame 19×25

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Kelley creates new pieces every month! Feel free to contact her for a current list of work available from the studio. She accepts commissions both big and small, and will be happy to create something strange and special to match your price range.

Bio: Kelley is inspired by the mysterious. She grew up in a house by the woods surrounded by animals and wilderness, so many of her themes bring together strange nature, mortality and spirituality. Using archetypes of characters from folklore and myth as well as her own stories, she enjoys portraying unusual tales that symbolize our emotions and fears.

Kelley is an artist residing in Brooklyn, NY. She earned her MFA from the School of Visual Arts and her BFA from the Rhode Island School of design. Her favorite mediums are oils on wood and pencil on paper, and she loves to create her work by hand. Her favorite genres range from gothic and steampunk to classic fantasy and legends. Traveling is her only other passion equal to a career in art and is a vital component in inspiring her work.