Kathleen R. O’Neill Schuler


Kathleen R. O’Neill Schuler is a visual artist and graphic designer living and working in Lake Worth, Florida. She earned a Bachelor of Fine Art from the College of New Rochelle, and more recently credits in Graphic Design Technology from Palm Beach State College. Her professional affiliations include Signature Member of the Boca Raton Museum of Art, Artists’ Guild and AIGA. Her awards and invites number more than twenty-five. Her noteworthy recognitions include Honorable Mentions from AIGA for Posterfest at Wolfsonian Miami in 2019 and Number 53 out of the top 100 best designed posters from the 2016 International Reggae Poster contest.

In Her Words

As a visual storyteller, I am driven to depict the conceptual essence of my chosen subject matter. I like to take things that touch our lives every day and reinterpret them in my own way. Layout is important to me, so I always begin with a plan, idea or structure. The linear path through the composition and how forms interact with each other on that path is integral for the telling of my story.  My most recent work is in oil—thus more painterly—but my use of color or absence of color remains a supportive element secondary to the story itself.