Author Illustrator and ardent Arts advocate, Kimann Schultz “writes with pictures & draws with words.” A first generation American, German/English bi-lingual, Kimann reaches instinctively beyond horizons of the ordinary in her quest to exist as creative contributor & global citizen.

Kimann has blogged at Huffington Post since 2013. Her articles include Arts & Free Speech advocacy & appreciation, film & TV review, history & sociological commentary on a wide range of topics including politics, parenting, fine arts & architecture, fashion & style.

An IU Bloomington honors graduate with dual majors in Art History & German & one year at the University of Hamburg, Germany, Kimann also attended FIT & Parsons School of Design, both in NYC, where she received training in fashion design & illustration. Kimann worked for almost 12 years at a local architectural firm as architectural writer, renderer & draftsperson. She served as the Indianapolis Meridian-Kessler Home Tour artist for 5 years & has produced many commissioned works featuring residential, bridal & pet portraiture.

Kimann is past president of the FAShion Arts Society of the Indianapolis Museum of Art & currently serves on the boards of the Kurt Vonnegut Museum Library in Indianapolis & the Indianapolis Opera.

Kimann maintains several sites, each focused on a specific area of interest:

Art & Lit + links to all HuffPost articles –

Articles & Advocacy –

Interior Decorating & Collecting-

Illustration –

Music –