Current and Upcoming Events

purple and dark green watercolor of afternoon sun on meadow
Late Afternoon, Autumn II


The huge rise in food insecurity since the start of the Covid 19 pandemic has prompted me to direct 25% of all direct art sales to the Greater Boston Food Bank and to encourage other artists to direct the same per cent to GBFB or other non-profits fighting food insecurity.  Please contact me if you would like a current price list for available art.  If you choose to make a purchase, you can pay for it with two checks or two electronic payments–one to GBFB and one to Kelly Slater Art.  If you are an artist or other creative professional, please consider joining this movement and use the hashtag .  #artistsagainstfoodinsecurity on social media.


GALLERY AT WREN. Kelly is currently exhibiting at the annual Small Works Show at the Gallery at WREN in Bethlehm, NH.  The shows runs from December 4 through January 15.  While the gallery is open for in-person viewing, WREN also has a wonderful digital book–in which you can see all of the works on exhibit, learn more about each artist, and click a link to take you to their on-line store.  For those living at a distance, WREN is happy to ship.  Check out all the details here:  Gallery at WREN.  Kelly’s entries, both prints on Asian paper, are featured below.

deep blue landscape of moon over mountain and water
The Moon Went Over the Mountain


dry point print in blue and aqua of surrealistic shell landscape

CAMBRIDGE CENTER FOR ADULT EDUCATION.  Join me on Friday January 15th at 6pm for the Zoom opening of the Cambridge Center for Adult Education’s latest virtual exhibition.  The theme is escapism–something we can all relate to given our current situation!  Blue Pine Cones, seen below, is my entry. To register for the reception, please go to  CCAE Winter Exhibit.

Two blue pine cones on Asian paper
Blue Pine Cones


Join Kelly live via Zoom, most Wednesday evenings, for a variety of 90-minute workshops on printmaking without a press–or for a fast, fun and super playful experiments in drawing session.  All workshops are priced on a sliding scale of $15-$35 usd–your choice–payable by check or Paypal. Classes limited to 6 students, so there is ample time for questions, sharing of work and demos.  Contact Kelly at with Zoom workshops in subject line for full details–including a recommended supply list.  Featured below is a hybrid reduction trace monotype on rag paper.

Wednesday 20 January 2021

Trace  and Reduction Monotypes Inspired by Paul Klee

trace and reduction monotype of goldenrods in winter
Goldenrod Remnants


Starting Friday January 22nd, Kelly will be joining two other instructors at the Cambridge Center in presenting a 7-week long seminar covering many aspects of printmaking without a press.  The class will meet weekly via Zoom from 11 am – 12:30 pm.  The last half hour of each class will be devoted to both making our own prints and asking questions on technique as we work.  For more info, please go to the Cambridge Center for Adult Education.  To view prints created by Cambridge Center for Adult Education seminar students, please go to  #cambridgecenterprintmakers on Instagram.


Join Kelly at 6 pm on Thursday January 28th for a free demo/workshop on printmaking without a press.  “Everything but the Kitchen Sink:  Improvisational and Press-free Printmaking During the Pandemic” will show how you can make hand-pulled prints with supplies ranging from printmaking inks to oil pastels and watercolors.  All are welcome to take this webinar–including non-MGNE members!  Register here: Everything but the Kitchen Sink.