Gette Levy is an art therapist currently seeking her master's in art therapy at School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She has over 20 years of fiber arts experience and has been nationally exhibited in theaters across the west cost. A published comic book artist, she works in a variety of mediums. She has extensive experience working with children and adults of all ages in a variety of educational, clinical and studio settings.
Artistically, she has sought to bring the worlds and cultures that have surrounded her together in explosions of color and juxtapositions of texture. Artistic expression breaks boundaries and defies media. Gette’s work can be found splashing across the stage, perched upon the page, blasted through comic books, woven in the fiber arts, breathing new life into up-cycled sustainable art installations, punctuating pop-up funnies, and clarifying educational notation in morphologically descriptive diagrams.
Lilith is a Comic book centering on super villains. It is a subversion of male stories that focuses entirely on women's experiences, super powers and goals.
With a bachelor's degree in scenic and lighting design from Syracuse University, and broadway design experience, I'm happy to help developing artists discover lighting, immersive exhibits and large scale projects. I've worked across the country in black box theaters, large scale procenium houses and opera venues. I've assisted and worked with artists like Dawn Chiang, Ann Wrightson, and Marty Vreeland.
Guiding students through a variety of artistic media, art history based educational projects and genre specific tasks based on their preferences.
A purveyor of handmade laces (bobbin lace, crochet lace, and knit lace), as well as crochet, knit and handmade fiber arts.
Teaching Classes regarding technical skills to students, providing program support and grading assitance to professors and administrative facilities work to the facilities manager.