I envision my work bridging the gap between individuals and the environment. It creates a context, whether physical, political or spiritual, in which it is possible for the viewer to re-examine his or her world. Perhaps for a few seconds, an individual may feel that this place, this time, these people are part of a whole, and find a small piece of truth in our shared world.”

     --Lee Kelly, 1997

Song from a Room (white) Painted steel, 1986, 40" x 36" x 22"

Song from a Room (white)

Painted steel, 1986, 40" x 36" x 22"

 
Gate (orange) Painted steel, 1989, 74 x 40.5 x 15

Gate (orange)

Painted steel, 1989, 74 x 40.5 x 15

 
Study Galvinized steel, 1975, 30" x 35" x 45"

Study

Galvinized steel, 1975, 30" x 35" x 45"

 
Requiem Steel, 1972, 31" x 81" x 40"

Requiem

Steel, 1972, 31" x 81" x 40"

 
Study for the Richmond Museum Stainless steel, 32" x 45" x 45"

Study for the Richmond Museum

Stainless steel, 32" x 45" x 45"

Untitled Mild steel, 2015, 30" x 35" x 18"

Untitled

Mild steel, 2015, 30" x 35" x 18"

Untitled (yellow) Painted reclaimed steel, 1963, 75" x 42" x 27"

Untitled (yellow)

Painted reclaimed steel, 1963, 75" x 42" x 27"