(1917 - 2001)
Marie Tuicillo Kelly was active/lived in New Jersey, Pennsylvania. Marie Kelly is known for abstract and non-objective painting, tapestries, silkscreen.
Biography Marie Kelly
Born Marie Tuicillo, Kelly credited her mother and grandmother both
"fine needle workers," as influences. During her high school
years, she began night and summer art classes at Carnegie Tech in
Pittsburgh and her teachers included Samuel Rosenburgh and Robert
Lepper: Later she worked as a department store display
As a married woman and mother of three sons, Kelly did painting and
drawing during the day and worked on tapestries during the evening with
her family at home.
Recognitions and exhibits include Associated Artist of Pittsburgh
exhibitions at the Carnegie Museum of Art; a Special 1964 issue of Craft Horizons
magazine celebrating "The American Craftsman"; the Three Rive
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