Blind Justice an original by kimann, is available as a hand-signed and numbered print through the kurt vonnegut library museum. click on the link to inquire directly at the museum. Blind Justice is also featured in the kvml 2015 literary journal, so it goes, volume 4, also available for purchase through the kvml.
author-illustrator residing in Indianapolis, kimann schultz specializes in pen and pencil renderings, working primarily in black and white. she was a five-time meridian-kessler home tour artist and has produced numerous portraits and illustrations on commission, including a series of illustrations for new century publishing’s anthology of children’s literature. kimann worked as a life drawing instructor for stan nossett school of fine arts, muncie, and spent 11 years at an indianapolis architectural firm where her duties included site plan, entourage and architectural rendering and illustration. an avid cameo collector, kimann spent ten years in the jewelry industry, where she specialized in antique and estate jewelry marketing, sales, design and appraisals.
kimann is a first generation american, a bi-lingual (german, english) graduate of indiana university bloomington, having majored in art history and german. her studies at iu included a year abroad, where she attended the university of hamburg and travelled throughout europe and morocco. a fashion collector and lover, kimann also attended parsons school of design and the fashion institute of technology, both in new york city, where she was a student in the fashion design programs.
kimann served as 2013-15 president of the IMA fashion arts society, now as media chair of the Alliance of the IMA, is a blogger at huffington post, has a podcast series “fashion news & muse” and produces www.modlodgeluv.com, which tracks her journey as chatelaine of a late 70s soft contemporary residence.
kimann’s comprehensive literary, illustrative and musical portfolio can be viewed at www.butterflybroth.com
kimann’s articles & essays: issues, advocacy & current affairs site is at www.kimannschultz.com