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You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I LOVE hearing from fellow Possibilitarians and I read every single email. Although I am unable to reply to everyone, please know that every sentence you type is read, adored, and always inspires gigantic smiles and hearts full of gratitude.
Thank you for all the love in the inbox. Really.
Have a Question?
Before you email with your question, please see if it’s answered in the FAQs.
Because I am intentionally a small team, I may take a few days to get back to you if your question isn’t already answered in the FAQ.
Snail Mail = The Best!
It’s true… old-fashioned mail is way more fun. If you’d like to send me a postcard or handwritten note, here’s my address:
Kelly Rae Roberts
PO BOX 2106
Sisters, Oregon 97759
Select the category that applies to your question to see if I’ve already created an answer for you.
What is a possibilitarian?
I first saw the word ‘possibilitarian’ in a quote by Dr. Norman Peale: “Become a possibilitarian. No matter how dark things seem to be or actually are, raise your sights and see possibilities—always see them, for they’re always there.”
I’ve been hooked on its meaning ever since. Have you begun to touch the surface of all that is possible for your life? Does it give you goosebumps to think about it (I hope it does)? If so, then you’re a possibilitarian, too.
Do you do interviews for podcasts, books, or ecourses?
If you’re interested in having me on your podcast or radio show, or want to do a print interview, I’d love to hear about it!
Please email your idea to me at email@example.com.
Can I include you in my book/Do you provide blurbs for books?
Feel free to send your request to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’m honored that you would want to share your work with me!
I want to visit your studio/take you out for coffee, when are you free?
I’d love to connect with you! That said, my studio is not open to the public, and as much as I would love to have a cup of tea with each and every member of the Possibilitarian tribe, it’s just not possible. Hello life as a full-time artist and mama! I hope you understand.
Will you donate something to my fundraiser and/or help me spread the word about it?
Although I’d like to, it’s just not possible to donate to everyone who reaches out with their cause/event. I privately support causes close to my heart.
I learned about you through one of Brene Brown’s books. Where is the blog post that she referenced? The one about boundaries?
I love Brene and the ways she is truly changing our world! The blog post that Brene has referenced in her books is a post I wrote called What Is And Is Not Okay. It was written looooong ago when I felt I needed to do a bit of boundary protection and gentle education about my artwork.
Can I use your artwork on my conference materials, website, or in my newsletter, etc?
I ask that you do not use my images. If you’d like to tell people about me, please give them the link to my site, and know that I’m honored.
Are your prints available for wholesale?
If you’ve got a brick and mortar store, YES! Please head over to my wholesale page for more information.
The quality of your prints is fantastic! Do you make them yourself or do you have them printed elsewhere?
Why, thank you! Using a professional Epson scanner and fancy printer, I print them myself. They are high quality, made using archival, fade-resistant inks on professional grade paper with a matte finish. Specifically, I use the Epson Perfection 4490 photo scanner and the Epson Photo HD XP-15000 printer.
I don’t see any original paintings for sale. When will you have more available and how much will they cost?
Periodically, I list new batches of paintings for sale in the shop. To be the first to know, sign up for The Collector’s List!
Prices for original paintings usually range from $100-$1000, depending on the size and complexities of the painting.
I’d love to commission a Kelly Rae original. Will you paint something for me?
These days, it feels best for me to paint only what naturally rises up from my heart, so I’m not taking on any commission projects.
Where did you go to art school?
I didn’t attend art school! I have a graduate degree in clinical social work and worked for many years as a medical social worker before pursuing art full time. If you’d like to take a peek at my journey into art, check out my “Yearly Recaps” category over on my blog (start with 2006!).
Can I return my purchase?
When will my order ship?
Do you ship internationally?
Yes, we ship worldwide!
How can I purchase your products via wholesale?
If you’d like to make a wholesale purchase of my self-produced/in-house products (prints, stickers, patches, etc), please head over here for more information.
If you’d like to make a wholesale purchase of my licensed products (greeting cards, journals, etc), please head over here for more information.
Are you available for licensing?
Licensing my artwork has been a dream come true, which is why…
I’ve got my eyes and heart wide open for new licensing opportunities (I’m thinking home decor, stationery, gardening, and more). You can see some of the companies I’ve already partnered with here.
Got a licensing partnership idea? Reach out to me at email@example.com
And, thank you. ♡
Before you retired them, I took one of your art ecourses. How do I access those classrooms?
Yes, you can access those classrooms on the Student Access page. Don’t remember your password to access the classroom? Please be sure to check your confirmation email from when you purchased the course.
Can I sell the paintings that I made in your ecourses/retreats?
I’m really glad you asked and I have many thoughts. If the work that you created in my class looks anything like my work (colors, hair, positioning, words, background), you do not have my permission or blessing to sell it.
As a teacher, I expect that students will replicate my work as they experiment and develop their own artistic perspective – that’s how so many artists get their start, including me. But my hope is that those replica pieces would be viewed as ‘learning canvases’ only, and not as commercial offerings.
One of my greatest joys is seeing how students take what they learn from my courses and create wholly independent styles that reflect their unique vision and talents. I believe that your creative voice and style will emerge in time, just as my aesthetic developed over time. Keep painting. Your original paintings are coming.
If you want to read more of my thoughts about this, head over to an essay I wrote titled What Is And Is Not Okay.
Do you teach workshops?
A couple of times a year, I gather with women for retreats that are focused on art, creative wellness, or creative business. They are always a transformative time. Head over here to check out current retreat openings.
Will you teach at my retreat center/art studio/event?
I’d love to have a conversation with you about it. I lead retreats that are focused on spirituality + art, creative wellness, or creative business. They sell out quickly and are beloved, treasured events. If you’d like for me to travel to your event and teach, please reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org with as many details you can provide including compensation information so I can see if we’re a good match.
Will you speak at my event?
I love speaking and have had the honor of speaking at many events. Please reach out to me at email@example.com with as many details you can provide and let’s see if we’re a good match. Please do not send any speaking requests that are unpaid.
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