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Bio – Kelly

Kelly Lundeen – Biography

Kelly (Marty) Lundeen paints from a perspective that could be called atmospheric, with an interest in the horizon line that separates the earth from sky. Viewers are captured by his vast expanses that span up to the stars. The surreal landscapes of mountains ranges and infinite frontiers are set to life when the viewer places themselves in the landscape through their imagination.
Starting off as just a hobby, Kelly has received no formal training in painting. He believes that his curiosity in the “spacescapes” he is creating comes from his background in cinematography and camera operating. The heavy focus on framing and composition, and trying to capture picturesque sunsets and landscapes, gives Kelly the inspiration to create his very own infinite frontiers.

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Almost every sculpture we create here at Lundeen Studios begins with a live model. Most often, family and friends are roped into the task, and usually photos are taken for later reference. Digging deep in the archives, here is little Eric (son of Cammie and stepson of George) modeling with Jason the dog, for the sculpture that later became "Ukulele Kid". This photo was taken in the late 1980s, as Ukulele Kid was finished and in galleries by 1990. ... See MoreSee Less

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Almost every sculpture we create here at Lundeen Studios begins with a live model. Most often, family and friends are roped into the task, and usually photos are taken for later reference. Digging deep in the archives, here is little Eric (son of Cammie and stepson of George) modeling with Jason the dog, for the sculpture that later became Ukulele Kid.  This photo was taken in the late 1980s, as Ukulele Kid was finished and in galleries by 1990.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Honored to be one of those friends. 😌

I love seeing these. So fun to see the models become sculpture.

Where’s the pup?

Wow! That's awesome!

Sweet!

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