Kelly Knaga is an artist and designer living and working in Chicago and Northwest Indiana. Her works are investigations of natural and digital landscapes through the layering of shape, image, color, line and pattern. The use of color exploits historical and sometimes fictional references through anthropological studies, mapmaking, and storytelling.
Knaga is the Co-founder of Arts and Action Community Lab and teaches design and illustration at Indiana University Northwest. She also gets to work with amazing people and communities as the Executive Director for AIGA Chicago and co-founder of Chicago Design Week.