Chuck Kelley

Growing up in the late ’60s and ’70s, Chuck was never a mainstream artist
interested in Super Heros. He was more interested in Villains, Underdogs, Rebels, and Outlaws. Chuck’s artistic inspiration came from t-shirt ads in Hot Rod Magazines. His favorites were: Roach T-shirts, Mouse Studios, and of course Ed ‘Big Daddy’ Roth.

One of his first creations as a kid was a submission to a local County Fair. The artistic piece was a pen and ink heart with a knife driven thru it. Needless to say, his family would ask him why I didn’t draw normal stuff. Chuck was far more interested in imaginative art that was not mainstream.

Today he owns and operates his own Airbrush Business. Working on projects for clients using his airbrush and drawing skills.

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