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Hi, I’m Kelly Rae
Before I picked up my first paintbrush at the age of 30, I was a medical social worker.
I followed my whispers and started playing with paint, and everything changed – especially in the realms of Trust, Courage, and Self-Kindness.
Today, I’m an artist, guide, and Possibilitarian. I’m passionate about creating meaningful art, courses, and experiences that awaken and inspire our spirits.
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We've got some cute NEW canvas planters, and we're in love! How cute are these? I love that you can use them for plants as well as all sorts of storage, including art supplies! I'm a huge house plant lady, and I'm also someone who...
(Newish work! Available here) I've been having lots of conversations lately about Trust. How do we loosen our grip on life? How do we release ourselves into uncertainty, especially when things feel hard and all we want to do is control, find the answers, and...
FREE DOWNLOAD! Hi friend, Many years ago, I saw a photo on the Internet where someone had handwritten "Take What You Need" on a sheet of paper with a black marker. It wasn't anything fancy, just a slightly crumbled piece of paper, but with a powerful...
(NEWish art > available here) I have never been a morning person, though it's been my wish since I was a teen. Recently, when I was in England teaching and playing with my friend Beth (who is a morning person), she pointed out to me that one never becomes a...
As I approach my 48th birthday, I'm feeling the full-on beautiful weirdness of midlife. Like, for reals. There is the strange and fascinating metamorphosis of what's happening to my outer being (The wrinkles! The sagging! The stiffness!), but there is this...