Collaborative Art with Kelly Sullivan

January 24, 2021

We think of painting as a solitary undertaking. The artist needs to concentrate and draw on her inner self. So what is collaborative art? How do you make one piece of art with several people? Fine artist Kelly Sullivan believes that the experience of artmaking should be shared. And she’s busy with all sorts of projects to make sure that happens. She will discuss her large-scale FingerSmears® projects,  an online community painting project, as well as her plans to redevelop the Strand Theatre in Lambertville into an art space.

Kelly Sullivan is a fine artist who has been accepted and won awards at the Phillips’ Mill Art Show for years.  She is also a pioneer in the field of collaborative art for more than 25 years. She loves that her efforts have sparked artistic expression and creative fuel in hundreds of thousands of lives.

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Illustration of the Phillips' Mill -Artist: Kathie Jankauskus