frootkake

Art & Custom Toys by artist Kelly Green

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frootkake

Art & Custom Toys by artist Kelly Green

Colorado, United States | 670 Sales

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Welcome to Flyvisions Gallery on Etsy featuring original art by Kelly Green!
Custom original vinyl toys, intricate conspiracy filled pen and inks, mixed medium madness, polymer clay creatures, recycled funky art, mobiles and paper lanterns, vintage toys, tattooed trolls, esoteric, vintage, conspiracy and kid's books and so much more.

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Last updated on May 19, 2020

My Virus Pandemic Shipping Guidelines:
I will be packaging items on a freshly sanitized area while wearing gloves.
If possible the item will be sanitized and wrapped in a clean plastic sleeve before being packaged.

Welcome to Flyvisions Gallery on Etsy featuring original art by Kelly Green!
Custom original vinyl toys, intricate conspiracy filled pen and inks, mixed medium madness, polymer clay creatures, recycled funky art, mobiles and paper lanterns, vintage toys, tattooed trolls, esoteric, vintage, conspiracy and kid's books and so much more.

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Once described as an art making mad scientist and general mess maker.

Here is a little excerpt from an interview that I did with Colorado Fun Guide a couple of months ago...

Q: Do you have any art guilty pleasures?

A: I love creating pen and inks using pointillism. I really enjoy just dotting the heck out of an image that I’ve worked out of an idea and to see it teased up out of the page through placement of those tiny dots. Unfortunately, that kind of art piece takes a long time for me to draft because I’m compelled to make them overly complex, and I don’t enjoy the drafting part at all.

Q: Can you expand on why and how you incorporate conspiracy into your artwork?

A: Making art about conspiracies has been a way for me to process and deal with information. It’s also been a way to engage viewers in a very roundabout way about things that are scary or taboo without actually saying anything because images and symbols have immense power. Before conspiracies I studied mythology, philosophy, and theology for fun. I like to know what people think in general, so it was a pretty natural path. Various conspiracy theories have taken off and expanded through pop culture in the past decade, and in a sense conspiracy itself has become our modern pop mythology.

I’ve incorporated conspiracies via symbols, metaphor and innuendo into some of my art. The first conspiracies that show up in my art are about 9/11, propaganda and mind control, and investigator Danny Casolaro’s Octopus, (which still shows up in my art frequently). In late 2009 and 2010, a lot of my art had Masonic and the All Seeing Eye of the infamous Illuminati that pop culture has embraced so firmly since then. I’ve been updating my website and have added a section for Conspiracy Inspired Art where I’ll be adding influences for each piece in the coming weeks. In 2010, I created a Conspiracy ABC’s sketchbook for The Brooklyn Art Library Sketchbook project that’s also on my website.

link to full interview... https://www.coloradofunguide.com/original-art-by-kelly-green/

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