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Art that celebrates the experience of the rural spirit.

My Art News

It's time! My first solo art show will take place at the Lycoming Arts Gallery at 46 West Fourth Street in Williamsport, PA. The show's opening reception will take place during First Friday in Williamsport, March 3rd, 5-7 pm! Stop in and say hi! Art can also be viewed during gallery hours throughout the month of March.

Also, this just in! I've received notice that I am now a Rostered Teaching Artist with the Northern Tier Partners of the Arts in Education (NTPAIE). This means that organizations can hire me to give art lessons to their population for 5 up to 20 day residencies in the surrounding area of Sullivan and Lycoming Counties. I also continue to create under my Juried Professional Artisan designation with the Wilds Cooperative of Pennsylvania. This organization helps market rural makers in the 13 county-wide area that is the Pa Wilds. Thank you for your interest in my work!

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"The Old Rock Wall" 
12 x 15 inch image size, pastel plein air painting, matted and framed. Overall framed size is approx. 20 x 23 inches.

"Art is not what you see, but what you make others see."

-Edgar Degas

Keystone Mountain Park Trust Grounds, Muncy Valley, PA. Pastel on sanded pastel card. (Commissioned, 2022.)


Now Available: Sweet tiny still life minis (5 x 7 inches and smaller ) featuring objects from around my rural Pennsylvania home. Contact me at with inquiries.

Shown: Bananas, Bottles, and Bloom, 5 x 7 inch image, Colored pencil on paper.


Now Available: These are immediate impressions of safe and reflective moments I am grateful to have experienced during this unprecedented time in history. Contact me at with inquiries.

Shown: Pa Summer of 2020 No. 1, 11 x 14 inches on paper, mounted on acid-free board, framed.



By Stacy Kelley

I believe in paying attention to uncelebrated, but telling moments that highlight character and qualities that might otherwise go unnoticed. Mining out these nuances provides the inspiration for my work. I strive to communicate essence through gesture, a deliberate arrangement of elements, or a specific point of view. The representational aesthetic of my work leans into the philosophies of Romanticism and Impressionism. Rewarding art experiences all throughout my school years eventually led me to earn a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania in 2000. My perpetual love of drawing, and interests in communication design and psychology have inspired me through the years. To me, art is an indispensable way to focus, consider, communicate, reflect, explore, and triumph. Welcome to my art journey! 


"Let The Light" Watercolor and Inktense pencil, SOLD. Prints available here.

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