Visual art has been a major part of artist/designer Kari Del Vecchio's life since she was a little girl. Her most treasured items were her box of crayons and paper. Since those early days, she has graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Propersi Institute of Art. She worked at Betty Crocker Inc. as the Creative Services Manager responsible for package design/illustration. She is an accomplished Graphic Designer and an Artist and is proud to be chosen as one of the one hundred Connecticut artists to exhibit in the “The Art of Caring Gala”, an event to benefit Regional Hospice. Kari has published coloring books for adults, that are sold on Amazon, and teaches drawing as well as mixed media to children at Village Center of the Arts, a local non-profit art center. She also teaches Intuitive Art to adults and maintains websites including her own Etsy shop where she sells and licenses her artwork. Kari loves to work in different mediums. With positive energy and joy, she creates her paintings, illustrations, and patterns, and hopes that sensation shines through to the viewer. She finds inspiration from her surroundings, her work has been described as whimsical, colorful, and fun. She resides in a small town in CT with her husband, three daughters, and her fluffy dog.
“The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.”