Kay Langdon was born in Camden, NJ later moving to Princeton. She attended Syracuse University School of Fine Arts majoring in Interior Design.
Kay relocated to Northern NJ in the 1960's establishing herself as an interior designer for B. Altman & Co. in Manhattan and Paramus, NJ. Later Kay designed decorative fabrics for the hospitality industry and worked for a textile printing company. Among her clients were Marriott, Raddison, Sheraton and Ramada Inn.
Kay then became a Vice President and Partner of a nationally recognized country club interior design company. Her clients include over 100 prestigious clubs in the Northeast
“After years of creating beautiful spaces for my clients now is the time to express my creativity through painting. The beauty of the Low Country is my inspiration. “Kay resides in Wachesaw Plantation, Murrells Inlet, SC.
Kay is a Member of the Georgetown Cultural Council and Seacoast Artists Guild. Her work can be viewed at Island Art Gallery, Pawley's Island and Collectors Cafe, Myrtle Beach.
Kays's painting "Magnolina Gardens" was recently selected as the "Best in Show" at the Winyah Bay Heritage Festival Exhibition in Georgetown, SC.
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