Going beyond the world of graphic design, Karen has

entered the world of fine art, working in a variety of media:

monoprints, photographs, photomontages and oil paintings.

In September/October 2010, Karen’s show Photographs,

Collages and Monoprints was presented in the Atrium

Gallery at Bard College at Simon’s Rock in Great

Barrington MA. The exhibit also included drawings and

works in series (http://www.simons-rock.edu/campus-

resources/facilities/daniel-arts-center/exhibitions/past-

exhibitions-1/karen-skelton).

 

The document of a

train trip from Grand

Central to Beacon, NY,

 of The Blur Series.

Karen created these photomontages

to celebrate the Sol Lewitt Wall

Drawing Retrospective and the

raw beauty of the former factory

walls of MASS MoCA.

Photos of the tiny lake in my town.

Photos of my garden.

Photos from the rooftop of the New Museum in New York.

From photos of a Sol Lewitt film of Dance choreographed by Lucinda Childs, projected on a

scrim behind which were live dancers at the Fisher Performing Arts Center at Bard College.

Karen continued the layering theme to create these images.

An article in 35 mm Photography Magazine about a series of photos Karen shot in 1976.

Photomontages of Madison Avenue street scenes, a collaborative effort by Karen and Phil.

Collages from nature.
Photos of the pond at Bard College at Simon’s Rock in Great Barrington, MA.
Paintings/illustrations in oil.