Date & Time: September 10 1:00pm – 1:30pm
Location: Virtual

Explore how landscape artists react to the landscape’s power and the beauty of the landscape.

A visual lecture tour on the history of contemporary landscape painting and its influence on me as a painter and artist. A landscape exploration from Japan, France, Ireland, New Mexico, and the Hudson Valley Region. Explore how landscape artists react to the landscape’s power and sublime beauty.

About the Speaker

Kellyann Monaghan was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is a painter of both urban landscapes and stormy events affecting rural landscapes. She received her BFA from Moore College of Art Design and her MFA from Brooklyn College, CUNY. Kellyann Monaghan exhibited her work in numerous solo and group shows nationally and internationally. Currently her work is on display in a solo exhibition at HOTE Gallery in Los Angeles titled, “Where Do We Go From Here?”. Her work was recently featured in an upcoming exhibition at Lake George Art Center, titled, “Location, Location, Location. Her work was on display in Hote Gallery, in Los Angeles, titled “What Climate!?” in March 2019. Exhibitions of work included: Cerulean Arts Gallery in Philadelphia, PA, Edward Hopper Art Center, George Billis Gallery, Porter Gallery, Grand Army Plaza Brooklyn Library. She also exhibited her prints at Rye Art Center and Site: Brooklyn Gallery in 2016. Recent solo exhibitions included at Piermont Straus Gallery in the Hudson Valley area of New York in 2014, 2015 and 2016. Kellyann Monaghan is currently an Associate Professor and Chair of Art at Adelphi University in Garden City, NY.


This event is part of the Experience Adelphi series. This series of half-hour sessions exemplify Adelphi’s commitment to lifelong learning and feature topics and speakers unique to the University. View our full listing of Experience Adelphi offerings and join us when you can!

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