New York native Kelly Moran is a printmaker who lives and works in Houston, TX. She currently has a studio with press in the Heights. Ms. Moran attended the Florida School of the Arts. She earned a BFA in painting from Louisiana Technical University and studied ceramics at the University of Houston, and in Jakarta, Indonesia. While completing an apprenticeship at the renowned Little Egypt Enterprises, Ms. Moran discovered her interest in printmaking. Combining the 17th century techniques of Rembrandt with 21st century digital computer technology, she creates hand pulled prints and mixed media pieces that challenge you to see the world with her unique vision. She has participated in solo and group exhibitions around the country. Her works hang in museums, as well as in corporate and private collections. In 2012 Ms. Moran had a Linocut Collage titled "Spare Me" donated by the renowned artist Nancy Reddin Kienholz to the Museum of Fine Arts Houston. She accepts clients by appointment for studio visits.