Kathleen Scott

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About me

Illustration Artist

I am an artist and illustrator that holds a special place in her
heart for all creatives, art, coffee, and running. Yes, I
actually like to run. I was on the state championship cross country team in high school and ran for Wake Forest University. I still run, though not competitively. I do it for the love. Just like I draw for the love of art and God’s message. And of course those things drive my love for coffee. Lots of coffee.

It is my hope that when someone purchases a piece of my art whether as a print or stationery, it will remind them of their good, their own purpose, of peace or hope, or that they are loved.
 
It is in changing our hearts first that we change the world and it is where I make a difference. I reach people’s hearts with my art.

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Mission

I am an artist and illustrator who’s purpose is to spread a message of hope and encouragement. I create work that reminds people of their faith in all things great and small and speaks truth to their heart.

Style

My work has characteristic clean lines, subtle colors, and texture. To me it feels like wearing a pair of well worn jeans with a soft striped t-shirt and knubby soft sweater. Most of my work is in illustration and hand lettering.

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The Bio

 
I grew up in a tiny, one stop light town in the mountains of NC. I ran cross country and track in high school while also creating art. I continued that same combination into college at Wake Forest University. Somewhere along the way after college I forgot the art.
 
Instead I made my way into teaching high school history near Charlotte. With the birth of my second daughter my husband and I decided I would stay home with both our girls and there I began to make my way back to art. Starting in 2012 I began to teach myself photography, branding, and website design. From there I grew a photography and branding business.
 
In 2017, I gave it all up. For the next two years I helped my husband build up his landscaping business until I heard a call that it was time. So I quit working for my husband full time. After doing so, I found myself immersed in art again but this time discovered I’d been neglecting my passion. While I love photography, I found drawing a better expression and release for me. I came back full circle to my college years and also found my purpose within it. And when you combine purpose with passion, you have magic. At least that’s what it feels like to me. I get to do what I love while also making a difference in other people’s lives.

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