CREATING CONVERSATION…

KELSEY GRAFTON is an artist, illustrator, activist and community builder. Her work weaves textures molded from abandoned objects into rich conversational narratives to evoke questions, offer perspectives and stimulate responses.

Grafton is an award winning artist and illustrator who has served as the Exhibit & Programming Coordinator at Lewis-Clark State College Center for Arts & History in her hometown of Lewiston, Idaho for the past four years. Her passion and investment as a community builder in the historic downtown arts and cultural district is stimulated by the love for her two children and her desires for their immediate and future growth, opportunity and enrichment.  A graduate of Lewiston High School, she received her BFA from Cornish College of the Arts, in 2001. After spending a decade in the Seattle area she traveled the globe experiencing diverse cultures before returning to the LC Valley to be with her family. She is currently pursuing her Masters of Fine Art through the College of Art & Architecture at the University of Idaho.

Grafton is an award winning artist and illustrator who has served as the Exhibit & Programming Coordinator at Lewis-Clark State College Center for Arts & History in her hometown of Lewiston, Idaho for the past four years. Her passion and investment as a community builder in the historic downtown arts and cultural district is stimulated by the love for her two children and her desires for their immediate and future growth, opportunity and enrichment.

A graduate of Lewiston High School, she received her BFA from Cornish College of the Arts, in 2001. After spending a decade in the Seattle area she traveled the globe experiencing diverse cultures before returning to the LC Valley to be with her family. She is currently pursuing her Masters of Fine Art through the College of Art & Architecture at the University of Idaho.