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Chris Kelly s ‘Eye Of The Storm’

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Chris Kelly working in his studio. LISA SCHAGERSTROM

Chris Kelly working in his studio. LISA SCHAGERSTROM

Chris Kelly

Chris Kelly "Interior 63." LISA SCHAGERSTROM

Chris Kelly

Chris Kelly "Interior 64." LISA SCHAGERSTROM

Chris Kelly

Chris Kelly "Interior 66." LISA SCHAGERSTROM

Chris Kelly's “The Eye of the Storm” installed at the Colm Rowan Fine Art gallery in East Hampton. COURTESY THE ARTIST

Chris Kelly's “The Eye of the Storm” installed at the Colm Rowan Fine Art gallery in East Hampton. COURTESY THE ARTIST

Chris Kelly's “The Eye of the Storm” installed at the Colm Rowan Fine Art gallery in East Hampton. COURTESY THE ARTIST

Chris Kelly's “The Eye of the Storm” installed at the Colm Rowan Fine Art gallery in East Hampton. COURTESY THE ARTIST

Chris Kelly's “The Eye of the Storm” installed at the Colm Rowan Fine Art gallery in East Hampton. COURTESY THE ARTIST

Chris Kelly's “The Eye of the Storm” installed at the Colm Rowan Fine Art gallery in East Hampton. COURTESY THE ARTIST

Chris Kelly's “The Eye of the Storm” installed at the Colm Rowan Fine Art gallery in East Hampton. COURTESY THE ARTIST

Chris Kelly's “The Eye of the Storm” installed at the Colm Rowan Fine Art gallery in East Hampton. COURTESY THE ARTIST

authorStaff Writer on May 30, 2022
After an inaugural Hamptons season in 2021 and a winter season with exhibitions at the Mark Borghi gallery in Sag Harbor and a solo show at the amArtHouse gallery in... more

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