Kerry Kirkpatrick received her BFA in Digital Art at Bowling Green State University in May of 2016 and since then has sharpened her skill set in visual storytelling and concept art. As a visual artist, she tells stories through the purposeful placement of elements in each of her paintings. Her work ranges from images of everyday life to conceptual and fantasy pieces. She believes you can find a story in anything as long as you look close enough.
Kerry’s love for computer graphics has led her to become very involved in an international organization known as ACM SIGGRAPH. While being a member of this prestigious
organization, she has served as Chair of the Bowling Green State University Chapter and Student Volunteer at the annual conference in 2016 which was located in Anaheim, California.
Since then, she joined and continues to serve on the ACM SIGGRAPH Professional and Student Chapters Committee which oversees and assists chapters located all over the world.
Kerry is proud to have grown up in Toledo because of the unique and always evolving art scene. She is passionate about seeing the arts blossom and giving back to the art community that gave her so many opportunities to improve her craft. In the Summer and Fall of 2016, Kerry was an Intern for the Arts Commission where she helped run the Toledo Art Loop in its first year of operation. Since her internship ended, you can still find her every third Thursday volunteering and promoting the arts in Toledo.