Kerry studied Graphic Design and Illustration at The Norwich School of Art and Design, Norfolk.
After she graduated she began her career as a freelance illustrator working for a wide range of clients including Holder and Stoughton, Which, Guinness, Norwich Union (now Aviva) Macmillan Books, The Museums Association and more recently completing illustrator work for the award winning Time and Tide Museum and the newly refurbished King's Lynn Museum, where Sea Henge is housed.
While creating commissions Kerry Buck was able to cultivate her studio work. Eventually private sales overtook the commercial and she is now able to work full time as a Printmaker Artist, painting and printing in her studio in Norfolk.
Kerry Buck is one of the most popular printmaking artists at the Southwold Gallery, her clever use of her printmaking skills produces stunning wildlife collagraphs. The natural world features heavily in Kerry's works. Collograph prints of hares, goldfinches, terns, oyster catchers and more are complimented by stunning original acrylic works depicting rural scenes.
Between projects she has continued to develop her own art for exhibitions and has pieces in private collections in the UK, New Zealand, America, Canada and Europe.