LAWRENCE R. KELSEY
Born in Lakewood, Ohio in 1948, Lawrence Kelsey's work focuses on scenes of New York City, as well as landscapes and botanicals. Kelsey is one of the premier contemporary painters of New York City. With oils and gouaches, the artist creates intimate atmospheric and poetic settings that integrate abstraction with realism. His new works present a new vision of New York in high-key, anti-naturalistic shapes and colors, eliminating unnecessary details for maximum impact, with a focus on the play of light and shadow.
American Art Collector “Lawrence Kelsey, New York Idyll” March, 2007, p. 170-1.
The Southampton Press “New Light for Exhibit” 9/27/2001
Dan’s Papers “Art Commentary with Marion Wolberg Weiss” 10/12/2001 p. 46
NEWSDAY, JULY 10, 2001, 'UP ON THE ROOF' Ariella Burdick
GALLERY & STUDIO MAY/JUNE, "Urban Poetry in the paintings of Lawrence Kelsey”
ARTISTS SPECTRUM, VOL. 11/5 "ARCHITECTURL ART AT MICHAEL INGBAR.