in the studio

Kelise Franclemont, 2014. Image courtesy the artist.

Welcome to my studio. Here you’ll find work in progress, behind-the-scenes, experiments and happy accidents, thinking out loud, found objects, and any other random stuff I come up with that obviously needs to be let out so I can make space for making more things…


Kelise’s Studio Sneak Peeks

#kelisestudiosneakpeek is a 60-second look into my studio practice, including studio hacks, quick demos, idea generators, experiments, or inspiration.

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I’m also planning to offer art lessons/tutoring soon so contact me if you’d like updates on that.


Drawing

Blind Selfies
Sketchbook Tour: 2019-20
Capturing Cat-titude!
The Eyes Have It
Shapely Warm-ups
Seeing Blind
Skint Sketch Roll
Contour Mesh-ups
Draw-zercise!
Thumbs Up
Traditional Cast Study

Char-Colour Palette
Get Mahl’ed with a Mahl Stick
Gridlock it Up
Starry Colour Wheel

Painting

Grey Anatomies
Free the Ripple

Rainbow Training Wheels
Bendy Brush Holder

Keeping it Glassy
Tonier Tones

VR/AR

AR Etsy Fun

Drawing Apart
Sketching with AR

Sundays at the Gallery
3D Digital Portraits

Studio Hacks and some other stuff

The hand-sewn sketchbooks I use
Sketchbook Tour (2018)
In the Zone
Scrappy Sketchbook
Challenge your Perspective
Recycled Sketchbooks
Mount for Success
Hand-sewn Artist Journal

Colour-Organised
Get to the Point
Quick-n-Dirty Documentation
A Proper Cuppa

Just for a fun, here is a depiction of a turtle, which may very be my earliest known “artwork”, age 5 or 6. I still work this way sometimes, making marks with oil or wax crayon, followed by water-based paint or ink. Still true today, the least control over the process, the more fun it is! 

The other drawing is a horse – my absolute favourite subject growing up. Like many little girls who lived in rural/small town USA, I was horse-crazy for a while!