Mechanical Beast by Kelley Hensing

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Title: Mechanical Beast
Date Created: 2011
Copyright: © Kelley Hensing
Genre: Fantasy
Mediums: Oils
Views: 331
Posted: 12/4/2015

About the Artist

Kelley Hensing
Member Since November 2015


Projects: Some of her favorite projects include: Her art show with Last Rites Gallery in NYC in 2014, including 24 of her works along with subsequent group shows through the years. On-going artist with Lovetts Gallery in Tulsa, OK, (2015-present) participating in themed shows throughout the year. Illustrating a gaming deck published 2016 called “Lost in R’lyeh” based on H.P. Lovecraft, for Atlas Games. Collaborations with clothing company Marc Jacobs. Major projects throughout 2016-2017, favorites include hand-painting and designing art for a line of limited edition clothing creating murals for their fashion show runway, office and on-site stages for event photos. Also in 2015, creating their window display and painting live in their Greenwich Village storefront window throughout the month for NY Fashion Week. ~And she loves taking part in art conventions, favorites being IX and Spectrum Fantastic Art Live.

Location: Brooklyn, NY


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A mysterious figure and his minion of monkeys, traveling a dystopian landscape. This piece first debuted at a steampunk themed show at the Mark Twain Museum in Hartford, CT. It's been published on the cover of Steampunk Magazine #9. It's also been printed in a collected book of art titled "Steampunk" and will be featured on the month of November for a 2016 calendar, titled, (wait for it) "Steampunk", through Flame Tree Publishing.

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