Award winning wood lathe artist Kelly Dunn
lives on the north end of the Big Island of Hawaii. Kelly specializes in woods grown on the Big Island. He creates bowls, hollow vessels and art forms full time for art galleries and private collectors.
With the creative influences of his artistic family around him, Kelly built tree houses as a child, had his first poem published at age 16 and
won his first award for sculpture at 18.
He says of himself “I have an intense curiosity as to the workings of the universe and the mechanical and spiritual wherewithal that makes it function. I always hope to grow in my art as the evolution
of my talent allows me.”