Kay Boyce attended college for four years to study to become an illustrator. After graduation she worked for many publications such as My Weekly, Woman's Own, Sunday Exprees and Bella producing editorial work as a freelance illustrator. Kay Boyce's work is widely recognised through her choice of tinted papers and skill in depicting the female form.
Kay Boyce has hosted many exhibitions in Galleries across the UK, The Barbican Centre, Manchester, Ludlow, Chester and Gateway are to name just a few. Major book publishers such as Mills and Boon, Mandarin and Hodder & Staughton have published much of her illustration work. Limited edition prints have been published by the fine art printers, Soloman & Whitehead which has led to a wide distribution throught the UK.
Sir Richard Attenborough has assessed and approved her 23 portraits of famous actors and actresses which for a project put together for RADA's new brochure through one of the top agents in London. Her soft style and ability to handle fabrics have led to her paintings and illustrations being sold in Europe and the USA as well as Britain.