Kathy Boluch is a recognized artist in three creative disciplines:
art, writing and music
Kathy studied art at Connecticut College under the legendary painter, Barkley Hendricks. Her oil painting subjects range from everyday objects/still life to large landscapes of the coast where she grew up in Massachusetts. An award-winning member of the South Shore Arts Center and the Cohasset Open Studios professional artists, Kathy's works are available at East Art in Cohasset.
A childhood living across from a library made Kathy a reader. After Connecticut College, Kathy was a writer: among the first group of women copy writers in Boston's best ad agencies. Kathy was writer of "See Something, Say Something" for Boston's MBTA. After her 1990s picture book, "Julia's World," this year Kathy published "Luck Struck" and "The Real True Story of Baby Reckless" on Amazon Books
Kathy learned acoustic guitar in 8th grade and played for her church folk mass. On Boston's Beacon Hill, she performed at coffee houses. She was a lead singer and a song writer with a Providence, Rhode Island rock band. Now, Kathy further explores her folk rock roots with contemporary new songs and outstanding lyrics.