Kathleen McCallum is an Alberta College of Art, Visual Communications graduate. From a very young age, Kathleen knew she wanted to be an artist. She took up oil painting as a teenager, where she mastered copper kettles and kittens with large eyes. A girl has to start somewhere! She enjoys all aspects of creating from preliminary sketches to fun titles and is inspired by everything around her. Her rewarding career as a graphic designer constantly influences her compositions and detailed subject matter.
Kathleen’s colourful acrylic paintings exude beauty and a playfulness – inspiring her popular greeting card series and giftware.
“The world always seems brighter when you’ve made something that wasn’t there before.”
– Neil Gaiman
What ‘hood are you in?
Signature Parke (next door to Signal Hill)
What do you do?
I’m a visual artist – a painter/graphic designer/illustrator
What are you currently working on?
New greeting card imagery of llamas and other fun things!
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