Kay Healy (Philadelphia, PA) is an artist and educator originally from Staten Island, NY. Through her art Healy investigates themes of home, transience, and the search for stability in an ever-changing world. Healy works in many media including silkscreen and woodblock printing, books, fibers, installation, ceramics, and web-based art.
Healy received a BA from Oberlin College, and an MFA from the University of the Arts in Book Arts and Printmaking. Healy has been the recipient of the Leeway Art and Social Change grant. Her work has been exhibited throughout Philadelphia in a variety of venues including University of the Art's Window on Broad Street, Philadelphia City Hall as well as wheat pasted on vacant buildings. Her work was also part of a recent exhibition in Lorca, Spain through an artist exchange with University of The Arts, Philadelphia. She is currently planning a large scale project to be installed at Philadelphia International Airport.