Kelsey Montague

I’m an artist that is very interested in exploring how public art, interactive art and social media intersect.

My murals specifically invite people into a piece and then invite people to share their experience online. I believe that art should not be separated from the human experience. Instead the human experience should have a hand in creating the art itself.

After studying art in Florence, and graduating from Richmond University in London with a degree in Art, Design & Media, I spent 4 years in NYC – embracing and battling the Big Apple while developing my pen & ink style.

People have asked me where the designs come from in my illustrations. I could give some long, mystical answer, but the truth is… I honestly don’t know. I just know that when I start drawing, I completely lose myself in the flow of images. I hope you enjoy these designs as much as I enjoyed creating them!

Courtney Montague

Courtney Montague is the face behind the Kelsey Montague Art Brand. As the Operations Director Courtney is responsible for managing all of the company’s clients, PR, launching new initiatives and managing on-site logistics.

After studying literature in Paris, and graduating from The American University of Paris, Courtney spent 6 years in International Development in New Zealand where she constantly traveled to countries throughout Africa, Asia and Central America. She then moved to NYC to attend NYU’s Wagner School of Public Service where she was a Reynolds Fellow in Social Entrepreneurship.

After her time at NYU Courtney worked for boutique digital agency HD Made in NYC where she managed digital projects for clients such as Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF), VH1 Save the Music Foundation, Coalition for the Homeless and Women for Women.

When Courtney is not running operations for the business, working with clients or exploring countries with her sister she’s hanging out with the best doodle in town – Boomer.

Street Art Work


Cities and Business Districts


Product Design Work

Author/Illustrator Work

I also have a coloring book for adults in stores (and on Amazon) published by Harlequin Books (now part of Harper Collins) names ‘What Lifts You.’ You can check it out here.
My new coloring book, ‘What Lifts Your Heart’ you can find here.