Meet The Artists
Access Gallery Artist since 2022
Open for Commissions
Skylar K. began making artwork in the 10th grade where she discovered her talent during drawing and painting classes. Through illustration, photography, printmaking and ceramics she depicts her message which is kindness, letting her audience know that “You can fit in!” Past works include her BFF series where she depicts her friends in fashionable scenes.
Hello. My name is Skylar. I’ve been with Access Gallery since 2016. I’ve learned that nothing else will pull at my heartstrings the way art does. I’m currently going to Community College of Denver to study studio art. It’s a type of associate’s degree. My ceramics piece called Flower Love won best in 3D/sculpture at the student art show for CCD. I plan to go to MSU Denver to get a bachelor’s in art. I gained a lot of experience from taking classes in Denver Public Schools. I’m also self-taught in jewelry making, fashion illustration, photography, and ceramics. I’m a multimedia artist. I do painting, ceramics, printmaking, photography, and digital fashion illustration. I also write poetry and have been working on my own story called True Sisters.
I came up with True BFF during quarantine. I started just drawing away and designing my own characters while missing my real friends since I couldn’t see them. It was a way to feel closer to my best friends. They appreciate being a part of True BFF and it makes them happy knowing I drew them as a character as a thank you for being my friend. The message behind these characters is kindness and to appreciate others around you. Just giving someone you don’t know a smile to break the ice. Wanting peace instead of giving in when someone is being hateful. I always believe that kindness wins. So, I designed them based on my real true best friends. I use inspiration from Monster High, Spirit Riding Free, and Anime, since I have always loved the style of character design.
I came up with True BFF during quarantine. I started just drawing away and designing my own characters while missing my real friends since I couldn’t see them. It was a way to feel closer to my best friends.