Sharing my resources and know-how is always a delight － below is a collection of interviews, guest posts and other features where I’ve done just that.
If you’re interested in having me on your podcast, radio show, or want to do a print interview, I’d love to hear about it.
I’m especially inspired to collaborate with people who focus on topics like joyful living, creativity, spirituality, and home design. Please email your idea to Nichole at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Loved doing this podcast episode of The Creativity Habit with Daphne Cohn! Click here to listen to the episode and read about my routine and creativity practices!
Did you know that one of my besties Andrea as an AMAZING podcast? It’s called The Creative Superheroes Podcast and I’m thrilled to have been a guest on it! Check it out!
LinkedIn came by my studio to create a video for the Connect Professional Women’s Network! Check it out here!
Super honored to be featured as one of the artists who has created a successful online business in Cory Huff’s latest book, How to Sell Your Art Online!
Delighted to be a contributing artist to Carrie Schmitt’s beautiful book, Painted Blossoms! Check it out here!
Super honored to be a part of my biz manager Betsy’s (of February 13 Creative) art brand stories on her blog!! I’m coming up on a BIG anniversary (10 years in the creative biz world!), and I share my journey with business and branding, working with licensing partners, and so much more!
SO honored to contribute to Where Women Create Business with my business partner Beth Nicholls! So many inspiring women in this issue, check it out!
You guys, I had so much fun talking with Tiffany Han for the Raise Your Hand Say Yes podcast! Check out the episode, and raise your hand and say yes with us!!
Love contributing to Where Women Create Business with my business partner Beth Nicholls! This issue is particularly tops, check it out!
Delighted to be the cover girl for issue 7 of the popular online magazine MOYO, from the good folks at Make It In Design!! 150 pages full of inspiring artists and eye candy!!
Very honored to have another column in Where Women Create Business with my business partner Beth Nicholls! If you haven’t subscribed, I highly recommend you do. So, so much good stuff in there!
Had a lovely interview with the When I Grow Up Coach on all things inspiration + following your bliss! Thank you, Michelle.
Wrote an article called Let Art Out. Let Love In. for Amy Butler’s 2nd issue of Blossom Magazine. So honored to be asked to contribute. Thank you, Amy!
Totally delighted to be included in a 10 page featured article. Thank you, Cafe Press!
Delighted to be featured in the Nov/2013 issue of GiftBeat. It’s the first time they’ve ever featured a licensing artist for their BizBeat profile on the front page, and I’m just so thrilled!
Honored to be a featured as an entrepreneur in this piece about 7 Timeless Business Lessons via Food Truckr.
I had the privilege to be interviewed by one of my art heroes, SARK. You can listen to our hour long conversationhere.
In the May 2013 issue of GiftBeat, The Kelly Rae Roberts Collection is ranked #1 in the “sentiment” category and was given a “thumbs up” on the trending report. This is awesome news – thank you, retailers and buyers!
Delighted to have one of my art projects included in this book published by Northlight in Spring 2013. Thank you, Northlight!
Honored to have my art on the cover of the May/June 2013 issue of New Connexion– PNW’s journal of conscious living.
I’m delighted to be interviewed in this amazing book written by the iconic Lilla Rogers herself. Thank you, Lilla!
Spoke at the Right Brainers Business Summit with Beth Nicholls. We talked about starting with soul + how to keep going in the face of burnout. Awesome experience! Jennifer Lee is amazing.
As a long time fan of the Sundance catalog it is such an honor to have my heart tins featured in the 2013 Valentine edition! Thanks, Sundance!
I’m a contributor to Kari Chapin’s great book, Grow Your Handmade Business: How to Envision, Develop, and Sustain a Successful Creative Business. Released in 2012, it’s loaded with helpful information!
So excited to have my studio featured in the Winter 2012 issue of Where Women Create. Eleven pages of beautiful photographs of where I create, write, and make magic. Much gratitude to Jo Packham and the WWC team for this feature!
Delighted to have one of my stories and photograph featured in this amazing photography book by Tracey Clark. Learn more here.
Super thrilled to have our home featured on Design Mom’s blog in her series “Living With Kids.” I’m a huge Design Mom fan and was honored have our home spaces on her gorgeous blog. See/read feature here.
Big thanks to Where Women Create magazine for featuring a full page spread of my work on their back page – love this publication.
Big thanks to Apartment Therapy for featuring our home’s alternative to baby gates (half doors). View/read feature here.
The amazing Lesley Riley interviewed me about biz + motherhood, how I define success, how motherhood has changed my creativity, my most successful habits, my frustrating habits, where I see myself headed and so much more. Listen here.
I am incredibly honored to be the profiled artist in this Mar/Apr 2011 issue of Somerset Studio. It’s a ten page spread article/artist portfolio and a total dream come true. I wrote more about it on my blog here.
This is an interview/podcast I did about how I’m adjusting to motherhood, my thoughts/advice on how to help your creative style emerge, the dangers of comparison, and more. Take a listen.
Thrilled to have a couple of projects featured in Mixed Media Paint Box, a book that highlights weekly creative projects for an entire year (such a great idea!). Released Dec, 2010.
Totally delighted to have one of my favorite paintings featured on the last page of the winter 2010 issue of Where Women Create – an all time favorite magazine of mine! Thank you, Jo Packman!
I was featured in the Autumn 2010 issue of Somerset Apprentice where I gave a bit of advice on the creative business journey. Thank you,Somerset Apprentice!
I adore everything about theWhere Women Createpublication and it was such a thrill to be included in this Autumn 2010 issue with a few of my heros (Amy Butler, Jo Packman, Nancy Soriano!).
Really really excited to be included in this August 2010 issue of Artful Blogging – a publication dedicated to highlighting bloggers in the art, craft, and hand-made world.
The Kelly Rae Roberts Wall Art Collection ranked #1 in the wall art category in GiftBeat’s July issue, an industry newsletter. Being ranked #1 is huge news.
I’m so thrilled to be on the cover of the March 2010 issue of Somerset Studios! Wow! Totally honored. Thanks so much, Somerset!
Was excited to be one of the guest curators for Jenny Doh’s launch of her new website, Crescehdoh – a website dedicated to stories, inspirational links and more.
Was thrilled to have our Seattle home featured over on Apartment Therapy. Thank you Ally for the amazing write up! See + read feature here.
My artwork was featured on the cover of the October 2009 issue of Underwired magazine, a premier woman’s publication in KY.
In this autumn 2009 issue of Somerset Life, I write about my experience in creating community. I share how my tribe came to be and what the significance of our first retreat together meant for my life.
I started blushing immediately after reading this write-up over at theBright Side Project – a lovely + favorite website dedicated to delivering sunshine daily. Big thanks to Jules for all the kindness. See + read feature here.
Paige wrote a lovely front page feature about my blog’s fund raising efforts for a good cause over at The Sister Project, a site dedicated to all things sisterhood. See + read feature here. Thanks, Paige!
In this summer 2009 issue ofSomerset Life, I write about the magic of friendship – how its mysteries are uniquely wired for each of us, how its magic transcends the miles of our lives. See + read a sneak peek here.
Holly over at decor8 featured our new Seattle home on her popular design blog. Thank you, Holly! See + read feature here.
My new studio space in Seattle, WA was featured in this March 2009 issue ofStudios magazine. Issue available for purchase here.
Really enjoyed this podcast interview with Craft Cast’s Alison Lee. It’s 30 minutes of two crafty girls (me and Alison) talking about the ins and outs of living a creative life. Listen to the conversation here.
In this Jan/Feb 2009 issue ofMemory Makers magazine, I share tips on how to use your favorite scrapbook papers and paints to create a mixed media painting. Issue available for purchase here.
Jen over at Indie Fixx featured my work on her popular blog which features indie style and design. Thank you, Jen! See + read feature here.
Writer and photographer Karen Walrond interviewed me for her “authentic you” interview series. I’m a huge fan of Karen’s so it was so fun to be photographed and interviewed by her. Thank you, Karen! See + read feature here.
Author and researcher Brene Brown interviewed me for her blog. Brene is a huge, courageous inspiration to me and I was thrilled to meet her in 2008 and team up for this interview shortly thereafter. See + read feature here.
Fierce + Nerdy writer Kelli Bielema did a sweet little write up called Fierce in Seattle: Possibilitarian. Thank you, Kelli! See + read feature here.
skirt.com editor Nikki Hardin included Taking Flight in skirt’s daily email called the “morning muse.” Thank you, Nikki! I’ve been a long time fan of skirt!. See + read feature here.
Taking Flight was chosen as the book of the week over on the popular design site, decor8. Holly wrote a lovely + inspiring piece to go along with a well received giveaway. Thank you, Holly! See + read feature here.
Mixed Media Self Portraits, a book written by Cate Prato, explores the use of self portraits in artwork. I am thrilled to have a painting and an essay featured in this book – thank you, Cate! Book available for purchase here.
In her book, True Vision, LK Ludwig explores the depth and meaning of art journaling. I have a meaningful painting included in this book. Thank you, LK! Book available for purchase here.
Christine interviewed me over at Sparkletopia, her blog dedicated to all things inspiring. See + read feature here.
In this Mar/Apr 08 issue of Cloth Paper Scissors, I share tips on how to create meaningful artwork by incorporating the use of personal affirmations in our artwork. Issue available for purchase here.
A huge thank you to Sarah over at urbanbaby.com who wrote a fun little feature about my work. She even made a reference to The Plastics (Mean Girls). Love it. See + read the feature here.
Laura over at coolmompicks.com was kind to feature my work. Thanks so much, Laura! See + read feature here.
In this Jan/Feb 08 issue ofCloth Paper Scissors, I share my thoughts on blogging for inspiration and personal growth. Issue is available for purchase here.
In this Nov/Dec 07 issue ofCloth Paper Scissors, I share tips on how to create one-of-a-kind patchwork collage paintings – one of my favorite ways to make art. Issue available for purchase here.
In this Sep/Oct 07 issue ofCloth Papers Scissors, I write about my personal journey into a creative life and how we can all embrace our creative potential. Issue available for purchase here.
This lovely book, written by Alena Hennessy, teaches kids the basics about altered art. I was happy to contribute three different projects for this book. Book available for purchase here.
This was a small feature in the popular Portals Zine. In this summer 07 issue, I was asked to discuss three artists I would love to spend a day with. Learn more about this creative zine here.
Look for a peek into my Oakland, CA studio in this May/Jun 08 issue of Cloth Paper Scissors magazine! Issue available for purchase here.
The lovely Holly over at decor8 wrote a nice feature about my work on her booming design blog. Thank you, Holly! See + read feature here.
Helen over at indie pretty perfect interviewed me for her indie design blog. Thank you, Helen! See + read feature here.
Jen Lemen, a woman I’ve long admired, posted an interview with me on her popular blog. Her questions were sincere and I very much enjoyed our chat. Thank you, Jen. See + read feature here.