24 x 60 // Acrylic, palm fronds, Bird of Paradise flowers and palm seeds on gallery canvas. Custom framed in a stained oak floater frame.

This painting, created exclusively to benefit Oceana, was inspired by the exotic waters of Mahé Island in the Seychelles. This piece has beautiful contrast, deep textures and the contrasting green hues are forever shifting depending on the light.

Artist Bio

Inspired by nature’s gifts…

Kelly Hanna Devanney is an artist based in Palm Springs, California. After spending nearly two decades in art direction and graphic design she yearned for a new challenge, eventually finding it through creating multi-dimensional, abstract artworks.

Kelly has developed a signature style of painting that leaves the viewer captivated and curious. Using nature’s textures such as palm fronds, bark and seeds, her work feels alive. She’s fascinated by the wonders of Mother Nature, and it shows in every piece she creates. When she’s not obsessing over the latest find of dried flowers or fallen fronds, you’ll most likely find her watching hummingbirds dance around the desert sky.

Generously donated by Kelly Hanna Studio