Kathleen Sullivan Isacson is a Chicago area artist & writer who lives on the edge of society (aka the outer reaches of Chicagoland) where she conquers deadlines, draws people and dabbles in self-branding.
What clients say about her work:
"A creative genius." - Andrew Wheeler, client and award-winning author of Together in Prayer
"She's a great communicator and an inspired mind, with an engaging personality and a determined drive. I highly recommend her to anyone who is considering working with her.” -- David L, colleague, Crystal Lake, IL
"Absolutely beautiful painting! Would love to buy from again!" - private collector, West Chester, PA
"I would highly recommend Kathleen for any position that requires innovation, creativity, extraordinary customer service, planning and organization..Her work is inspiring.” -Christy S, colleague, Chicago, IL
"Terrific artist & seller!" - private collector, Antioch, CA
Kathleen has intensively studied and worked in the creative process for most of her lifetime. Her paintings have won awards and reside in private and public collections. Aside from painting, she has also worked in a variety of other mediums, which include papermaking, mixed media, installations and photography. Recent credits include a photograph used as a stage backdrop in the Brighton Arts Festival, which is the second largest of its kind in the UK. Over the years, she has also had the opportunity to study and work in many performance arts, including music, Indonesian dance, theatre, improv and performance art.
Her poetry has won awards and been published in literary journals across North America and in internationally distributed anthologies. Previously, Kathleen was editor and creative director for the arts and literary journal, The Miserere Review. Since then, she has published numerous articles and leadership resources and is in the process of developing a series of young adult fiction novels.