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born 1948, Van Nuys, CA
Apprenticeship in intaglio printmaking with Jeanne Gantz, El Dorado Press, Berkeley, 1972-'73; instruction in intaglio printmaking with Kathan Brown, U.C. Extension, Berkeley, CA, 1971; graduate studies in Victorian English Literature at U.C. Berkeley, 1969-'70; special studies in art with James Strombotne, U.C. Riverside, 1968-'69; graduated from: University of California, Riverside, 1965-'69 (English Literature with high honors, Phi Beta Kappa)
Kelso has written about print making and collaboration, and the prints of artists August François Gay, Debra Koppman, Frank Lobdell, and Gertrude Bleiberg. He has taught and lectured on printmaking at Cantor Art Center, Stanford University, Marvin Spohn lecture series, The Oakland Museum of California, The Century Club of California (San Francisco), and Fresno Art Museum, Yale University, New Haven, 1992. He was a member of the Public Art Advisory Committee, Oakland Cultural Affairs Commission, 1999-2004 (Committee Co-Chair, 2003-2004).
Achenbach Foundation, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
Adobe Systems, San Jose, CA; BroadVision, Redwood City, CA
Citibank, New York, NY
Crown Zellerbach, San Francisco, CA
Deloitte and Touche LLP, San Francisco, CA
ETEC, Hayward, CA
Fairmont Hotel, Chicago, IL
Genentech, Inc., So. San Francisco, CA
Gilkey Center for Graphic Arts, Portland Art Museum, OR
Goldman, Sachs & Co., San Francisco, CA
Heidrick and Struggles, Singapore
Hewlett-Packard, Palo Alto, CA
Peat Marwick, KMPG, San Francisco, CA
Masa's, San Francisco, CA
Marcus & Millichap, Denver, CO
McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, TX
NeXT Software, Redwood City, CA
Palm, Inc., Sunnyvale, CA
Pepper Hamilton, LLC, PA
The Prudential, New York, NY
Reader's Digest, New York, NY
Charles Schwab, Boston, MA
Scios, Fremont, CA
Rutgers Archives, Zimmerli Museum, New Brunswick, NJ<
U.S. Department of State, Washington, DC.