Kimothy is a Denver-based artist who creates illustrations made with joy to spark social change. She partners with people and organizations on social-awareness campaigns to inspire thought and action.
Specializing in watercolor and ink drawings, she often paints portraits of heroines of the past and present and seeks to offer a sincere and hopeful message of empowerment for women and girls. Maintaining the belief in the power of art and creativity to drive social change, she primarily focuses on working with individuals and companies who strive to make the world a better, more equitable, place for all.
Past experience includes working with non-profits and minority-owned businesses on creative + communication in healthcare, education, and social change campaigns, including the following:
- Creative & design for Soul Day Foundation and Soul Tote
- Sr. Communications & Marketing Consultant at Telligen
- Creative for Smart Girl, Susan G. Komen, Pure Barre, Threads Worldwide, and more...
- Planning & participating in TEDx programs such as TEDxRiNo and TEDxMileHigh
Select designs are available for purchase on items such as tote bags, prints, notecards, and much more. Kimothy launched her product line in November 2017 as a means to give back to socially progressive organizations. A percentage of proceeds from the shop are donated to charitable organizations such as EMILY's List, I AM THAT GIRL, Planned Parenthood, and Southern Poverty Law Center.