Though the reference point for this painting was the Delaware River, it's more about a feeling than a particular place. I wanted something large, vast, with a focus on the sky and low horizon line. 

The painting is on gallery wrapped canvas with finished beige edges.  It is lightly varnished and comes ready to hang.

- Kelly Money

The Flat Light of Morning

Oil painting on stretched canvas

Signed on front

30" h x 48" w x 2" d
12 lbs. 0 oz.



Kelly Money
Carversville, Pennsylvania

Getting to Know Kelly

Kelly Money is fascinated by clouds. So much so, in fact, that she strives to capture “every combination and formation of clouds I can possibly see and paint.” To portray the vastness of the sky, Kelly often uses a very low horizon line in her compositions. The result is a peaceful, dreamlike effect. Many of Kelly’s paintings are inspired by the view from her home in Pennsylvania where she lives on a plot of land with her husband, two little boys, and dogs. When she’s not making art, Kelly enjoys hiking, traveling, and yoga.