Kathleen House did not take an art class until she was 16 years old, but all through her childhood creativity expressed through art was part of her life.
The first time she drew was on her Grandmother’s front porch at 3 years old. She would also draw and label images of her junior high science classes. Being a Girl Scout was one of the biggest influences on Kathleen’s life, as she learned how to complete goals by successfully selling cookies going door to door. Her experiences in choir and band from 5th grade through high school also gave her a taste of art through music. She went on to play in the marching band during her freshman year of college.