Kay Westhues’s website
Fourteen Places to Eat
Kay Westhues’s five-year project in which she visited small towns, festivals and other events, looking for images that related to her memories of growing up on a farm in Walkerton, IN.
Julie Ardery, "Back Home in (Exotic) Indiana", Daily Yonder, October 17, 2007
Kay Westhues’s project about public water sources and the people who use them.
Erik Eckholm, “Bubbling Up From the Earth, a Cool, Clear Gift”, The New York Times, June 6, 2010
A creative space founded by artists Kay Westhues and Jake Webster, supporting regional artists who make contemporary art, folk art, and artist books.