Northwest Chicago suburban artist, Kate Tully, paints fine art, murals and decorative finishes. Food, bicycles, and nature in a semi-abstract, realistic style describe the paintings. Commissions accepted for individual clients.

Murals are customized for residential and commercial venues ranging from large outdoor walls (measuring up to 62′) to small powder rooms or childrens rooms. All work is done in Kate’s unique style, but tailored to meet the clients desires in scale, design, and color.

Public commissions have included:
Labriolo Bread, Oakbrook, Illinois
Pamela’s Parkside Grill, Arlington Heights, Illinois
Arlington Race Track, Arlington Heights, Illinois
Prospect Heights Park District, Propsect Heights, Illinois
Lombard Park District, Lombard, Illinois

Itasca Park District
Le Titi de Paris Restaurant, Arlington Heights, Illinois
Ben Franklin Elem. School, Park Ridge, Illinois
Suite Home Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
Cool Globes, Chicago, Illinois


Chicago Magazine
Daily Herald
Pioneer Press Publications
Decorate with Paint
Jessie Walkers Country Decorating


Prospect Heights Public Library, Prospect Hieghts, Illinois 2004
Pick – A – Cup Coffee Shop, Evanston, Illinois 2005
Irish American Heritage Center, Chicago, Illinois 2007
Koehnline Museum of Art, Des Plaines, Illinois 2008
Morpho Gallery, Chicago, Illinois 2008
Fargo Show @ Ann Ponce Studio, Chicago, Illinois 2008
Hyman & Miriam Reiner Art Gallery, Buffalo Grove, illinois 2009
”Interiors Show” @ Ann Ponce Studio, Chicago, Illinois 2010


A Graduate of Dominican University, River Forest, Illinois with a degree in Textile Design. Kate has been painting for over 30 years and studied with artists such as:  Michael Latala and Margaret Tully/Nicosia

Artists Statement:

I like impact and simplicity in my work. I feel that I should be able to convey a message, emotion or mood without a lot of details. Although some of my paintings are smaller, I do like working on a large scale with bold color. Art has been my passion, and has been made possible by some very special people, Annie Tully, Andy Fagiolo and Margaret Tully/Nicosia.