Kate Hush and Kacie Lees have exhibited work both nationally and internationally and have worked professionally in the neon industry for over a combined decade. Hush and Lees are educators in neon techniques and their robust exhibition history has offered a wide variety of the challenges of creating successful luminous artworks.
Kate Hush appeared in New York City via train, has held an interest in wicked women from birth, and first touched neon lighting the year Karen Black was taken from us. She is a quiet woman, and doesn’t wish for you to know any more.
Kacie Lees is a professor & interdisciplinary artist based out of New York. Lees’ vivid works underscore time and examine transitional spaces by synthesizing performance, sonics, color therapy, & video. Lees is currently on faculty in the Art & Technology Department and teaches Neon Techniques at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.