County: Island County
Fellowship Awards 2003
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Kimberly Kelzer received her M.F.A. in Wood/Furniture Design from Southeastern Massachusetts University. Her sculpture has been exhibited across the country, including The Fuller Museum (Boston), John Elder Gallery (New York), Wexler Gallery (Philadelphia), and the American Craft Museum. Kelzer’s awards include a WESTAF/NEA Regional Fellowship and a merit scholarship and residency to attend the prestigious Haystack Craft School. Additionally, Kelzer was selected by the Arts Commission of San Francisco as part of the Market Street Arts in Transit Program (1992). Kelzer has been invited to be an instructor of wood sculpture and furniture design at many highly regarded institutions across the country, including Arrowmount School of Arts and Crafts (TN), Oregon College of Arts & Craft, and Rhode Island School of Design. Her work has been featured in such publications as Woodwork Magazine, San Francisco Chronicle, Boston Globe and American Craft.
Sit and Spin, mahogany, milk paint, glass tiles, 24 kt. gold, metal, rear view mirror, 31"x15"x7", 2001.
Checkers II, mahogany, milk paint, chalkboard paint, erasers, chalk, 30"x26"x26", 2001.
Lap Dance, maple, paint, leather, metal wheels, old pressure gauge, lint trap, fake fur, lazy Susan mechanism, 30"x23"x18", 2002.