by Kelly Grace Sullivan

Wall Mirror

Ripped, torn, cut, reflect. What you see is what you get. Peeking through a puncture a glimpse becomes a gaze.

Exposed is a steel hanging mirror that embodies the integral beauty of the broken and exhausted. The reflection is tinted and framed by an exquisite tear.

20 x 32 x 4.5 inches; 50.8 cm x 81.28cm x 11.43cm Cold Roll Steel, Extruded Colored Acrylic Mirror, Pine

Photos by Jonathan Allen

Kelly Grace Sullivan

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Designed Objects, 2015

Kelly Grace Sullivan is a designer interested in the significance that emerges in the link between intellect and intuition. Impacted by her upbringing in a blue collar community, Sullivan’s work challenges the precision of machine made versus the grit of manual labor. Instilled with values such as practicality and accessibility, Sullivan crafts objects that possess both qualities of the highly refined and crudely unfinished.

Sullivan received her BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where she was an honorary merit scholar.