Based in Oakland, California, Kelly Ording has exhibited her work both in the U.S. and Internationally since graduating from the San Francisco Art Institute in 2000. In addition to her works on paper, canvas and collages, Ording has created several large scale public works and murals. Her public works and murals can be seen in San Francisco’s landmark Clarion Alley, the Palega Park Recreation Center in San Francisco, Facebook Headquarters, Genentech, as well as other locations throughout the Bay Area and Internationally. She recently completed residencies at the Analog Research Laboratory, Menlo Park and Kala Art Institute, Berkeley. Ording recently completed on a large-scale paving project on Ocean Avenue in conjunction with the San Francisco Art Commission and the San Francisco Department of Public Works. Her work is included in several collections; such as the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art collection, the United States Art in the Embassies Collection, the San Francisco Arts Commission Public and Civic Art Collection, the Alameda County Collection, JP Morgan Chase Collection and the Ellie Mae Collection, to name a few. She currently devotes all her time to her artwork and her family with fellow artist, Jet Martinez.