Qathryn Brehm is Los Angeles-based urban artist creating in a variety of mediums including painted constructions, digital prints, silk screening, collage and assemblage. Brehm is inspired by the street as an environment: a place with people, structures and history that are constantly changing.
Brehm serves on Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard’s Student (CA-34) Art Competition Committee, media outreach chair and jury panel for “National Congressional District Art Competition.”
She was the Project Manager/designer for two City of Los Angeles’ Community Beautification Grants and instructed and guided students/staff of Inner-City Arts and banner fabricator in design layout and production of community banners for the Los Angeles Toy District and Industrial District.
As a developer and partner along with Dr. Sally Wolf in a youth technology program (TEAM) Technology Education Mastery and Achievement, developed an education program supporting education and technology. TEAM coordinated technology program for middle school students using technology as a competitive opportunity.
Visit Qathyrn Brehm’s website at: www.qathryn.com.