Kay Sullivan

Kay grew up in Maryland with a brother who was “the artist” in the family, so she never explored her abilities until she retired.  Her NSA career in software development and contract management with lots of travel left little time to explore art, and her second career as an executive recruiter in Silicon Valley left even less. 


When she met her future husband and was able to retire to Arizona in 2001, Kay’s art life began.  She saw the beautiful purple shadows of Diana Madaras’ art in the Tucson airport and declared, “That is what I want to do!”  Kay taught