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Bio – Kelly

Kelly Lundeen – Biography

Kelly (Marty) Lundeen paints from a perspective that could be called atmospheric, with an interest in the horizon line that separates the earth from sky. Viewers are captured by his vast expanses that span up to the stars. The surreal landscapes of mountains ranges and infinite frontiers are set to life when the viewer places themselves in the landscape through their imagination.
Starting off as just a hobby, Kelly has received no formal training in painting. He believes that his curiosity in the “spacescapes” he is creating comes from his background in cinematography and camera operating. The heavy focus on framing and composition, and trying to capture picturesque sunsets and landscapes, gives Kelly the inspiration to create his very own infinite frontiers.



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In 2015, Lundeen Sculpture was commissioned to create several sculptures for The Cloisters on the Platte, a religious and silent retreat center located on the Nebraska prairie, conceived by philanthropist Joe Ricketts. The exhibition showcases the process to create these monumental pieces, and is complimented by works created by the Lundeen family of artists: George, Mark, Bets, Cammie Lundeen; Ann LaRose, and Joey Bainer.

Exhibition Sponsors: Dwayne & Margaret Brown and Dr. Bill & Linda Vosik

This exhibit is in it's closing weeks. It ends Feb.2 so be sure to visit soon!

2401 Central Avenue / Kearney, NE 68847 / (308) 865-8559 /
Hours: Tue-Sat 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Sunday noon-5:00 p.m. Closed: Mondays and major holidays
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4 days ago

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Love the clown!

My favorite is THE FLATLANDER !

I didn’t know it was still there!

Beautiful weather for visiting Loveland’s sculpture gardens. Foote Lagoon.. sculptures by: George Lundeen, Bets Lundeen, Jane DeDecker, and Victor Issa ... See MoreSee Less

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I love these photos.


"Departure" is one of George Lundeen's most well known sculptures. The idea began as a quick sketch of travelers in a train station in Italy. As the idea came to fruition, George made changes as he went along, using live models in his studio to sculpt the final version. These photos show the process from start to finish: his original sketch (from 1973!), the models in his studio, the clay version, and the final life size sculpture in bronze. ... See MoreSee Less

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Love the process and the results. Was privileged to visit you at the studio when you were working on the paperboy with his dog. Fascinating

That is amazing to see some of the process!! Thank you for sharing!!

Sheila & Mark - they were youngsters!

Your artistic abilities never cease to blow me outa the water

La imaginación y el talento de autor es impresionante . El efecto de trabajo increíble. Enhorabuena! !!!!

This is one of my favorite

Awesome ‼️

It's one of the first few I remember in benson park


Love it!

Beautiful. Where is it?


Amo esta escultura!!!❤❤

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Lundeen Sculpture

338 East 4th Street
Loveland, CO 80537

Phone: (970) 669-7176
Fax: (970) 669-9493

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