KELLY BRUMFIELD-WOODS
 
 
 

Kelly Brumfield-Woods is a Los Angeles-based painter who is known for her hard-edge, geometric paintings topped with heavy glitter, a material which is activated by light-shifts caused by the changing natural light or a viewer’s movement around a piece. Her work is informed by her interest in architecture, spatial perception and color theory. 

Kelly has been included in exhibitions throughout Southern California with a 2017 solo exhibit, Subverted, in Los Angeles curated by Erika Hirugami at TAJ Art and has been profiled in various publications. 

In addition to gallery exhibits, Kelly was commissioned to create a room installation, the "Glitter Chamber", for Saatchi Art’s Los Angeles art fair in March. She has an arts non-profit, The Art Carter, with her sister and hopes to find the time to get it off the ground in the near future.