Currently living in her native California, Kelly Vivanco has been painting and drawing since childhood and she holds a BFA with honors from LCAD. Working in many mediums she pulls inspiration from the natural and imagined world, vintage photographs, children’s literature and her dreams. Solo and in group exhibitions since 2005 include showings at the California Center for the Arts Museum, The Portsmouth Museum of Art, Thinkspace, Spoke Art, Gallery 1988, Subtext, Rotofugi, Flatcolor, Distinction, Arch Enemy Arts, London Miles, Art Basel and Orange County Center for Contemporary Arts. Her work is held in collections across the U.S. and abroad.
This piece is part of Kelly Vivanco's ETA33 collection that asks the questions "How do we spend our time? What do we busy ourselves with?"