New at the Beholder, an online gallery featuring the works of emerging artists from the U.S. and Canadais, the beautiful work of Klea McKenna. Klea is a San Francisco artist whose career is definitely one to watch. Featured is work from her series Hollow Mountain and other Stories, which draws on the imagery of fiction; short stories, folktales and local gossip.
Klea McKenna was raised in the bohemian subcultures of rural northern California and Hawaii. She has studied art at CCA, UCLA, UC Santa Cruz, and Florence Art Institute. The work in this series, Hollow Mountain and other Stories, draws on the imagery of fiction; short stories, folktales and local gossip. Her photographs explore ideas of contemporary mythology and seek to discover the aesthetics of these familiar American narratives. Klea’s work has been published and exhibited nationally. She currently lives in San Francisco and is pursuing a Master of Fine Arts degree at California College of the Arts. For more information or if you would like to purchase Klea’s work, you can visit the Beholder website.