Katelyn Lipton (she/her) is a Korean American artist raised in the Hudson Valley, now based in the Boston Area. Katelyn creates fine art in addition to illustrations and graphic design. She likes to create her personal art as a form of self expression and manifestation, while her commissioned work is used as a form of communication to help inform and bring people together. Katelyn is infinitely inspired by the natural world, especially birds, and spends most of her free time in the woods.
As an artist, Katelyn has displayed her artwork in Vermont, with New Perennials, as well as in Boston’s Chinatown with the Pao Arts Center.
Katelyn is an alum of the University of Vermont where she received a B.A. in Environmental Studies and Studio Art in 2021. Her education focused on intersectional environmentalism, sustainable food systems, and the intersection between art and the environment. Her senior thesis, Transcending Boundaries, was a comparison of the effects of climate change on human and bird migration. This project was comprised of a research paper and series of multimedia woodcut prints.