Shelley is a landscape painter from Foxboro, Wisconsin. She is mainly self-taught and has been painting for over 40 years, initially with watercolor, now primarily with acrylic on canvas. Many of her pieces focus on the storms and effects of heavy weather generated by Lake Superior: “I can’t seem to get enough of trying to get on canvas the dynamic weather we have here in the north: the storm clouds, the fog rolling in, the rain, the snowstorms, the constant changes in the woods. Shelley has been included in juried and invitational group art exhibitions and has paintings in private collections around the country. Read our News of the North introduction to her work.