Constance Grayson began creating art after she moved away from her native Jessamine County following her graduation from the University of Kentucky Law School. While living out-of-state, Connie became active in several art groups in the Memphis, TN area. When she moved back, she realized that Jessamine County was in need of a group that would support and encourage individual artists, provide an avenue for Jessamine citizens to view quality art, and enhance the economic development of downtown Nicholasville. Connie joined forces with Stephanie Routt and Wendy Tucker and the Creative Art League of Jessamine County was born. She practices law with Gullette & Grayson, PSC in a family practice in downtown Nicholasville and serves on the board of directors of Habitat for Humanity of Jessamine County, Inc.