Wire By Ryan Featured in Coastal Life

Coastal Life featured Ryan in an article published in November. Check out the interview on their website & catch the latest from Ryan.


Wire By Ryan Visits Amesbury Middle School

Ryan visited the students at Amesbury Middle School on October 26th to show them how he creates his signature wire sculptures. Read more about Ryan’s visit as covered by Wicked Local Newburyport


Newburyport Art Association Meet Our Members Blog

Wire By Ryan was featured in the latest “Meet Our Members” post by the Newburyport Art Association. The post comes ahead of Ryan’s first solo show, “Re:Forestation”. Read the article below and come see the show, November 6-18.


Wire By Ryan

visits NRHS

well-known for his intricate wire trees that look like they have been touched by nature.
— Newburyport Magazine

It’s not often that the process of art becomes a dangerous activity requiring safety glasses and sturdy gloves ... But for Ryan Kelley, NAA Artist Member and resident of Byfield, MA, finding artistic serenity happens in his garage with power tools and welding torches.
— Newburyport Art Association

Stone and copper wire don’t typically exude grace, beauty, and warmth, but when they’re in the hands of wire artist Ryan Kelley something nearly magical happens.
— Northshore Magazine

High honors have been bestowed upon both sculptures submitted by Byfield artist Ryan Kelley to the Newburyport Art Association’s winter members show.
— Newburyport News


"Artists in Focus" is a video series on youtube presented by BYB Visual Media. It features artists and entrepreneurs pursuing a life of creativity and freedom through their craft. Learn more about Ryan in the AIF Ep.

Ryan was recently interviewed on "It's All About Arts", a local live television program produced at the Boston Neighborhood Network in Roxbury, MA. Click the link below to play the YouTube video and scroll to 33:35 to see Ryan's segment featuring four of his pieces. 


The intricacy of the branches coupled with their fierce, windswept movement is reminiscent of mountaintop flag-trees...
— Blue Wave Gallery Trees