Kelly Fuller uses gouache and acrylic paint as mediums to explore color, shape and pattern in nature and landscape. She draws inspiration from Cape Cod ecology. Beach, marsh, dunes, and sandbars are heavily represented in her work along with examinations of organic features such as seaweed, rocks and leaves. The ephemeral changes of weather, daylight, tide, and season all influence her art and inform the aesthetic and composition of the images she creates. She received a BFA in painting and art education from UMass Amherst and an MA in studio art from SUNY New Paltz. She lives and works from her studio in Sandwich.