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2020 SPE Annual Conference: Hosted by The University of Houston | Kathrine G. McGovern College of the Arts | School of Art

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Kelsey Dillow

Kelsey
Dillow

SPE Member since 2018
Member Chapter: South Central

Kelsey Dillow

SPE member since 2018
Untitled (Blood #1)
Gum bichromate using blood

Kelsey Dillow

SPE member since 2018
Untitled
Gum bichromate using blood

Kelsey Dillow

SPE member since 2018
Excess
Gum bichromate using blood

Kelsey Dillow

SPE member since 2018
Teeth
Gum bichromate using Tennessee earth, wildflower and ash

Kelsey Dillow

SPE member since 2018
Twins
Gum bichromate using Tennessee earth, wildflower and ash

Kelsey Dillow

SPE member since 2018
Moirai
Silver gelatin print

Kelsey Dillow

SPE member since 2018
Happening III
Silver gelatin print

Kelsey Dillow

SPE member since 2018
Happening I
Silver gelatin print

Kelsey Dillow

SPE member since 2018
Council
Silver gelatin print

Kelsey Dillow

SPE member since 2018
Escape
Silver gelatin print

Kelsey Dillow

SPE member since 2018
Balance
Silver gelatin

Kelsey Dillow

SPE member since 2018
Interject
Silver gelatin

Kelsey Dillow

SPE member since 2018
Signal
Silver gelatin

about

Kelsey Dillow was born in Huntington, West Virginia. She received her Bachelors of Fine Art in Photography & Integrated Media from Ohio University in 2016, and minors in Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies and Museum Studies.

Utilizing traditional and alternative photographic processes, Dillow's work explores connecting and dividing lines between religion, the occult and Appalachian narratives. Her work has been exhibited throughout the Appalachian region.

Currently the Gallery Manager at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Dillow oversees regional and national exhibitions, as well as Arrowmont's Permanent Collection.

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