Friday, November 25, 2022

Student Art Spotlight: Kelsey Rambach (Oct. 2, 2020)

Kelsey Rambach is a BFA major who calls Saranac, New York home. They enjoy working
markers, colored pencil, and digitally. Kelsey is also the secretary of PAVA, Plattsburgh’s
visual arts club, and a designer for DoNorth. Her work ranges from realistic portraits to
spookier Halloween based work.

Photo provided by Kelsey Rambach

Abscess – Colored Pencil

“This work reaches more into the darker side of my work. It reaches into fears of being alone, and really has a new meaning now with the pandemic.”

Photo provided by Kelsey Rambach

Still Life Featuring Gudetama – Colored Pencil

“This work was made as a study of color and has a comical touch with the addition of Gudetama.”

Photo provided by Kelsey Rambach

Sommerleigh – colored pencil

“This was my final for Drawing III, and I really wanted to focus on hair and the anatomy.
Sommerleigh is one of my closest friends and volunteered to be the model for this work.”

Photo provided by Kelsey Rambach

Self Portrait – Colored Pencil

“This work was showcased in the Remington art gallery in Ogdensburg, New York.”

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