Artist Frank Kelley, Jr. Honored with 'Community Service Award'
On Saturday, artist Frank Kelley, Jr. was honored with the Community Service Award from Parkview Drive Church in Christ at their 2019 Top Ladies of Distinction Brunch.
By: Frank Kelley Jr.
Frank Kelley, Jr. was raised in Northeast Louisiana and has created art centered around rural Louisiana, celebrated jazz and Southern life. Mr. Kelley is an internationally renowned artist, with works owned by some of the most influential individuals in the United States and abroad.
He serves the community youth through his Educational Arts Initiative Program. The Educational Arts Initiative Program, a 501(c )3 nonprofit organization, was founded in 2001 to give youth the opportunity to gain self-esteem and life skills through art. This program is fully funded by individual and community donations. The Educational Arts Initiative Program, Inc. incorporates math, art terms, art history, verbal communication, writing, public speaking and understanding the power of visualization.
Additionally, a group of local women community leaders was honored as 2019 Top Ladies and Justin Taylor and Jamecia Jones were honored as Mr. & Ms. Top Teen respectively.
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ABOUT FRANK KELLEY, JR.
Frank creates art that takes its viewer on a journey. His expressive work takes the form of current life, yesteryears, as well as evoking the emotions of sorrow and happiness, struggle, hope, and togetherness and love. Private and corporate collectors around the world have acquired his investment quality work.
Frank Kelley, Jr. produces 20 to 25 pieces each year, and his work has been exhibited across the nation, including New York, Pennsylvania, Texas, California, Louisiana, Mississippi, Florida and Tennessee.