Calligraphy & Design Services
Located in the
beautiful Eastern Townships, only one hour to Montreal or Burlington,
Born in Budapest, Hungary in 1955, Kathy immigrated to Canada with her
parents in 1957. She grew up in Montreal and graduated from Trafalgar
Since 1979 her love has been calligraphy and the related arts.
Her studies began in Montreal at the Saidye Bronfman Centre.
Since then, she has travelled to several conferences and workshops and
Austrian, British, German and American Masters.
Kathy taught at the Saidye
Bronfman Center, the
Miss Edgars and Miss Cramps School, as well as privately and at several
community centres in Montreal, Hemmingford and Sutton.
Clients have included Abbott Laboratories, Air Canada,
Cardiovascular Society, Concordia Alumni Association,
the Jewish General Hospital, the City of Westmount, State of
the Quebec Ministry of Tourism and Seagrams.
From 1980 to 1997, Kathy worked with La
Calligraphes de Montréal
alternating years as
Editor, Exhibitions Coordinator and
From 1995-1997, she
served as President.
Kathy promotes the Italic
Handwriting system and believes it should be
adopted by all school boards across Canada.
In 1999 she dedicated her time to work with Betty McKay MacKenzie
the Hemmingford Historical Archives, compiling and designing a 600 page
"Two Hundred Years
of Hope & Challenge", for the community
Shortly after the book was published, Kathy and her family moved to
In 2003, Kathy opened and
curated Galerie Charmante
a gallery dedicated to promoting new artists, calligraphy and the
In August 2007 the gallery closed.
Kathy lives in Dunham, Quebec
and is presently working for the Canadian
Heraldic Authority at Rideau Hall
and accepting public and private commissions.