Kelsey Byram - Artist

Kelsey Byram

Artist

Kelsey Byram Art Prints and Products on Zazzle

Pink Orchid Poster

$28.70

A delicate pink orchid takes center stage in this peaceful nature photo.

Pink Orchid Canvas Print

$149.00

A lovely, delicate pink orchid is the star of this beautiful nature print. Great gift for art lovers or to add serene beauty to your home.

Abstract #2 poster

$19.50

Abstract Yellows, Blues, Greens by Kansas City artist Kelsey Byram.

She Hears Bells in the Birdsong Canvas Print

$193.10

A peaceful painting of a beautiful woman relaxing in the grass of a sunny field.

Kansas City Shuttlecock at Dusk Postcard

$1.15

This picture is of one of the iconic shuttlecock sculptures at the Nelson Atkins Museum in Kansas City, Missouri. Taken at dusk on a chilly evening, this is pure KC.

Forest Spirit Goddess Watercolor Drawing Wood Wall Decor

$94.95

"Spirit of the Forest," Kelsey Byram (Kloc) 2008 A gentle spirit of the forest, this Goddess stands with face uplifted, magical and majestic. She wears skins, beads of glass and bone, and a rose belt. A dreamcatcher sits over her heart, and her arms and face are tattooed with symbols of power.

"She Hears Bells in the Birdsong" Fine Art Poster

$22.75

"She Hears Bells in the Birdsong", oil paint on canvas, 2013, by Kelsey Byram A young bohemian woman relaxes in a rolling field of grass, a flower in her hair, the sun warm on her face. She appears peaceful and contemplative.

"My Meditation" Fine Art Poster

$33.35

"My Meditation," 2007, gouache and prismacolor pencil, Kelsey Byram. This painting was inspired by my love of contact juggling, a performance art that I find very meditative. In the painting, one dominant figure, with the chakras aligned up its body, appears to have the sun resting on its hand. Smaller figures, contact juggling illuminated spheres, recede into the distance. I was also just learning about yoga, chakra alignment, and Buddhism, and these influences are all evident.

"My Meditation" Fine Art Postcard

$2.95

"My Meditation," 2007, gouache and prismacolor pencil, Kelsey Byram. This painting was inspired by my love of contact juggling, a performance art that I find very meditative. In the painting, one dominant figure, with the chakras aligned up its body, appears to have the sun resting on its hand. Smaller figures, contact juggling illuminated spheres, recede into the distance. I was also just learning about yoga, chakra alignment, and Buddhism, and these influences are all evident.