Cheryl Kellar
Cheryl Kellar

Cheryl Keller Scarf

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No. 5

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Bunny

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Bella

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Collage of the Heart

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Ready & Waiting

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Le Reve

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Circled in Satin

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Lina

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Let My People Go

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Kathleen's Atelier

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Enough

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The Eleventh Hour

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Mari

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Full Circle

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Millie

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Andi

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Sasha

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Fringed

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Blaze

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Blue Jumpsuit

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Star Bright

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Glory #2

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Make Love Not War

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Stepping Out

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Fringe

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Window on 5th Avenue

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NYC

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I See You

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Moment of Reflection

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Winter's Queen

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The Day I Had Today

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Once Upon a Time in Fayetteville

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Sidewalks of New York #2

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Masked

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Girls' Night at Maxine's

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Window on Fifth Avenue

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That Girl

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After Five

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Color of Night

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It Takes a Village

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Starbright

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Street Style NYC

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Shining Stars

About Cheryl Kellar

Represented Artist

Cheryl Kellar was born in St. Augustine, Florida, raised in Houston, Texas, and has found a home in Fayetteville, Arkansas. She is a watercolor artist painting themes of high fashion. Some of Cheryl’s earliest memories are of creating clothes for her paper dolls from the pictures she found in her mother’s fashion catalogs and sewing patterns. In elementary school she began to draw beautiful women in elaborate costumes. Kellar began her art studies with Jacquelyn Kaucher at the Arkansas Arts Center in 2002, and thereafter joined Mid-Southern Watercolorists, a volunteer arts organization in which she held various administrative positions. Her position as workshop chair offered the opportunity to seek out a variety of excellent artists and instructors with whom to study. In 2018, Kellar became an Artist INC fellow. Through the lens of fashion, Cheryl Kellar salutes the creativity, individuality, and strength of women. Recognized for her bold and dramatic works on paper, she continues to push boundaries through her non-traditional approach to watercolor painting.

Fashion is the way we present ourselves to the world. We use it, consciously or unconsciously, to say: This is what I think, who I am, how I feel. We recognize members of our tribe at a glance. When we make a fashion statement, we are actually starting a conversation. Haute couture, or high fashion, describes fashion designs that are certainly unique, perhaps trendy, and oftentimes expensive. The creation of an haute couture garment is done entirely by hand, just as a painting is done by the hand of the artist. Each comes from the purest space of the creator’s heart, and they make you look! Fashion design, for me, is pure magic. It is art. I use strong value contrasts to add drama to my high-fashion watercolor and mixed media works on paper. Through the lens of fashion, I salute the creativity, individuality, and strength of women.

About the art

Cheryl Kellar was born in St. Augustine, Florida, raised in Houston, Texas, and has found a home in Fayetteville, Arkansas. She is a watercolor artist painting themes of high fashion. Some of Cheryl’s earliest memories are of creating clothes for her paper dolls from the pictures she found in her mother’s fashion catalogs and sewing patterns. In elementary school she began to draw beautiful women in elaborate costumes. Kellar began her art studies with Jacquelyn Kaucher at the Arkansas Arts Center in 2002, and thereafter joined Mid-Southern Watercolorists, a volunteer arts organization in which she held various administrative positions. Her position as workshop chair offered the opportunity to seek out a variety of excellent artists and instructors with whom to study. In 2018, Kellar became an Artist INC fellow. Through the lens of fashion, Cheryl Kellar salutes the creativity, individuality, and strength of women. Recognized for her bold and dramatic works on paper, she continues to push boundaries through her non-traditional approach to watercolor painting.

Fashion is the way we present ourselves to the world. We use it, consciously or unconsciously, to say: This is what I think, who I am, how I feel. We recognize members of our tribe at a glance. When we make a fashion statement, we are actually starting a conversation. Haute couture, or high fashion, describes fashion designs that are certainly unique, perhaps trendy, and oftentimes expensive. The creation of an haute couture garment is done entirely by hand, just as a painting is done by the hand of the artist. Each comes from the purest space of the creator’s heart, and they make you look! Fashion design, for me, is pure magic. It is art. I use strong value contrasts to add drama to my high-fashion watercolor and mixed media works on paper. Through the lens of fashion, I salute the creativity, individuality, and strength of women.