Kaye Buchman is a Chicago based multi-disciplinary artist and educator. She received her BFA from Illinois State University with an emphasis in printmaking, and her MFA degree from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago where she studied drawing and painting. Her current studio work includes environmentally-focused large-scale works on assembled papers, mixed-media paintings on junk mail, drawings on collagraph prints, thematic books, and digital animation. Her work addresses themes relating to the expressive energies found in nature, the resiliency of our physical environment, and the narrative tenaciousness of history.

Kaye has exhibited her work in solo and group shows locally and nationally, received numerous awards, and attended residencies at Ragdale in Lake Forest, Illinois and Oxbow School of Art in Saugatuck, Michigan. She has lectured and taught at many institutions including the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Oxbow School of Art, Morton College, Chicago City Colleges, Hyde Park Art Center, Oak Park Art League, Lakeside Center, and numerous Public Libraries. She is the founder and director of KB Studio, an online art education, exhibition, and community projects venue.

More information is available on Kaye's artwork and professional background. She can be contacted here.