Katrina Case started painting when she was 7 years old on her grandparent’s dairy farm in northern Wisconsin. She graduated Cum Laude from Andrews University in 2005 with a Bachelors of Fine Arts, emphasis in painting. She then worked mainly as a residential mural artist until the economy in Michigan took a turn and was forced to do what her parents referred to as, “a real job.” She went back to school and earned an Applied Science degree in Radiography. After a few twists of fate Katrina is back to painting full time. She has done paintings for organizations across the country, including; Phi Theta Kappa Headquarters, Make a Wish Foundation, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and Mid-Michigan Community College Foundation to name a few. She has also donated many of her paintings to Phi Theta Kappa chapters around the country to help them raise funds and one every year to the Michigan Region to help fund a scholarship started during her time as a regional officer. She considers it her way to Pay It Forward. Katrina is currently living in the beautiful state of North Dakota surrounded with inspiring landscapes, one of her favorite subject. She works primarily with oils, yet still enjoys experimenting in all mediums. She is also working closely with author Clay Jenkinson as an illustrator for his books on North Dakota’s special places.