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WEB EXTRA: Artist Keltie Ferris on "Man Eaters"

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"Man Eaters," 2009. Oil, oil pastel, acrylic & sprayed paint on canvas. 80x80"

Artist Keltie Farris (b. 1977) says that "paintings can seduce, they can shock, they can whisper." Eleven of Farris's large-scale, abstract works are on display in her first solo museum exhibition at Kemper at the Crossroads. By Laura Spencer

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Kansas City, MO – Here, Keltie Ferris talks about the process and materials used to create the title work in the exhibition called "Man Eaters."

Keltie Ferris: Man Eaters
October 23, 2009 - February 13, 2020
Kemper at the Crossroads
33 W. 19th Street, Kansas City, Missouri

Note: The work "Man Eaters" is in the collection of the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art on the campus of JCCC in Overland Park, Kansas.

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