Kellye Nakahara Wallett
Born on Oahu, Kellye Nakahara moved to San Francisco to establish herself as a professional artist, selling her watercolors of the San Francisco waterfront through the well-known Polk Gallery. Kellye then married David Wallett and moved to Los Angeles.
Kellye's collection “The Gardens of Pasadena”, features historical landmarks, gardens and neighborhoods in Pasadena, CA.
Her master paintings are on indefinite loan to the City of Pasadena and currently exhibit at the Pasadena Police Department
Headquarters and City Hall.
Her painting "Koi" was selected by Senator Jack Scott in 2001 to represent his district where it was on exhibit at the State
Known for her bold use of color, Kellye’s paintings are a popular art collector's item. Her watercolor paintings are available as special edition lithographs, giclees and note cards.