Kelly Cannell is a contemporary First Nations artist from Canada. Her mother is my favorite of the contemporary First Nations artists, Susan Point. Kelly Cannell was born in the year 1982.
Kelly Cannell represents the Coast Salish of the Musqueam Nation.
Cannell has created prints, also works with glass, and stone sculpture.
Price range information: Most prints priced $400 to $800.
Cannell helped to produce a silkscreen print of her work when she was only twelve years old.
The artist and her mother teamed up to win a contest to design manhole covers for the city of Vancouver, British Columbia.
Cannell enjoys travelling.
The artist is always trying to use new materials and approaches to her artwork. Cannell attended the famed Pilchuck Glass School that was founded by the glass master Dale Chihuly.
Kelly Cannell has an oustanding use of color and sense of design. She does a great job of making traditional First Nations art with a modernist feel.