Courtney Beth Keller started drawing and painting early in life. She studied printmaking and mixed media including photography and painting at the Kansas City Art Institute. Her interest in texture, line and color carries through her pattern design, illustration and web design. In 1999, she started her first company, Peace Boutique, creating prints, handmade silkscreened bags, and clothing from sustainable fabrics. While living in Austin Texas she exhibited at the Blue Genie Art Bazaar. She belongs to the Finch & Foxglove collective and showed at Surtex, Blueprint and Printsource. She has a passion for civil rights and social progress, and a love of art that inspires social transformation. Courtney owns One Little Printshop, a venue for her patterns and illustration, and 970 Creative, which focuses on web development and graphic design. She sells her patterns on fabric on Spoonflower, and on leggings and home decor on Etsy. She lives in Loveland, Colorado with her son Max Valentine and their deaf dog Nell, where they enjoy cooking, biking and mountain getaways.