Currently, Elisa Contemporary Art Gallery in New York represents her artwork. Ms Humay’s artworks are in private and corporate collections: Cole Taylor Bank Collection, International Travel, Harris Bank, Illinois Bell, College of Lake County, and Household International. Her art is in the Bauhaus Archive in Germany and in the Chicago Historical Society and University of Illinois Archives. Her individual exhibitions in the Chicago area include Portals Gallery, ARC Gallery, Garrett Gallery Northwestern, Deerpath Gallery, University of Illinois Champaign, and Elgin Symphony. In Florida, she had one-person exhibitions at Catch 22 Gallery in St. Augustine and at the Frizzell Gallery in Fort Myers.
Ms. Humay shows in major juried and invitational exhibitions nationwide gaining numerous awards and purchase awards. Her most recent awards are "Award for Excellence" at the CPSA International Exhibition in Bethesda, MD and "1st Place" at Midwest Color held in Illinois. She earned her 5-year merit signature status with the Colored Pencil Society of America, CPSA.
Her art is published in Art at Cole Taylor Bank Collection Catalogue, Colored Pencil Explorations, Northlight 2003, Best of Colored Pencil III and V, Rockport, 1996 & 1999, and in the March 2005 issue of The Artist's Magazine. She will be featured in the Best of Worldwide Artists, Kennedy Publishing.
Ms. Humay received her BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and MS from the Illinois Institute of Technology. She did Post Graduate Study at Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic. She is a juried member of Landscape Artists International. She worked as Co-Director for ARC Gallery, Chicago, and as Public Relations Director for the Colored Pencil Society of America's National Governing Board. Recently, she was invited to be a member of the National Association of Professional Women.
Ms. Humay is a Certificate Program Instructor at the Chicago Botanic Gardens IL. She teaches art at the Peninsula Art School in Door County WI and at The Art Center in Highland Park IL. In 2007 and 2008, she was invited as a Visiting Artist Instructor for the Morton Arboretum IL. She taught drawing at the College of Lake County IL and was a workshop instructor at the CPSA National Convention in Memphis in 2004. Presently, Ms. Humay creates, writes, and teaches her own workshops and classes. She has lectured and taught at universities, museums, and art councils. She is often called upon as an art exhibit and awards judge.For more information click on Resume