Kiki Neumann isn’t just a folk artist. She has so many interesting pursuits that this website doesn’t begin to cover all the different creative avenues that involve her company, Kiki Neumann Creations. Her business began as a way to make useful home and garden items from cast off urban “heavy trash” finds and has evolved in many directions.
Those who know Kiki personally wonder if she ever sleeps!
Here are a few of the many diverse pursuits of Kiki’s creativity:
- Created a line of over 60 images crafted from cut up license plates into digital greeting cards. Carried in over 50 retail stores and more every week.
- She has been a vendor at the Texas Round Top Antique Show selling both vintage and handmade items over 29 times.
- A regular selling artist in many Houston and state wide art shows including First Saturday Art Market, Discovery Green, Texas Art Asylum and numerous other unique art venues. Recently has done a few shows with the City of Houston Solid Waste Department. That really is full circle recycling!!!
- Kiki built by herself a one of a kind art studio workplace that houses six studios for fine artists to rent. She graciously fills up 2 of the studios with her own projects. Also has in the building one highly unique studio devoted just to working with license plates as a medium for art!
- Actively supports many groups and charities with donations of her handcrafted items. “No” isn’t a word in her vocabulary when it comes to giving to cancer research groups. She is an 11 year survivor of breast cancer. Go get your “mammies gramed” is frequently heard from her lips!
Kiki can been in seen in many publications such as the Houston Chronicle, Outsmart Magazine, Texas Monthly, the Round Top Gazette and other locally produced magazines.