art in motion: living

Dec 1, 2012 | My Creative Practice

With Art in Motion, I share the visual journey through the life of one of my paintings — from the blank canvas, to the first splash of inspiration, all the way to the finished piece. Enjoy to the fullest!

Click here to see all the posts in this ongoing project series.

Grow(ing), Learn(ing), Feel(ing), Laugh(ing), loving, choosing……living.
A little different for me – good to switch things up a bit. The original will be available soon, but the signed/matted print is available right here in our newly updated shop.
Happy Saturday, you guys and happy art making!

I get so many questions about which art supplies I use and love. You can check out my favorite supplies for making art  (with descriptions) over here or if it’s easier, I’ve put some easy links below for you 🙂

Sending much love,

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  1. Canvaspics

    I never knew the artist flat panels had the nailhole etc. I always used canvas for ease of hanging for buyers but never really like the way may papers decoupage on the surface (too flexible). Thanks, might have to try.

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  2. Anonymous

    I'd love to submit a question;

    What is your daily routine? Is there even such a thing as a "typical" day in the life of KRR? 😉

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  3. Anonymous

    Gorgeous! Where do you find such beautiful papers?

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I’m Kelly Rae Roberts

Before I picked up my first paintbrush at the age of 30, I was a medical social worker. I followed my creative whispers, and today I’m an artist & Possibilitarian. I’m passionate about creating meaningful art and experiences that awaken and inspire our spirits.

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