Current and Upcoming Events


Join Kelly live via Zoom for a variety of 90-minute workshops on printmaking without a press–or for a fast, fun and super playful Experiments in Drawing session.  You may also wish to request one or both brand new workshops on making artist’s sketchbooks.  All workshops are priced on a sliding scale of $15-$75 usd–your choice–payable by check or Paypal. Classes are 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.  Kelly is happy to arrange special workshops for groups of friends or for families.  Featured below is a monotype made with masks, stencils and transfer techniques on Asian paper.  Follow me on Facebook for regular updates on upcoming workshops.

monotype on Asian paper of single marigold blossom, golden yellow on violet blue background
Marigold, Golden Yellow


A selection of Kelly’s prints and paintings are available for purchase at the wonderful Gallery at WREN, in Bethlehem.  But if you aren’t making a trip to the North Country, you can also shop online at WREN’s online shop.  Just enter Kelly Slater in the search field to see what is currently available.  WREN is very happy to ship. The monotype below is in the gallery shop now–and more will be arriving soon.

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


The huge rise in food insecurity since the start of the Covid 19 pandemic has prompted me to direct 25% of all direct sales of pieces priced at $80 and over 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.

oil painting of twisted blue apple trees with blue mountains in backgroud and green and yellow field
Apple Trees, Field Farm