I’m currently at my favorite cafe, post workout (back in the flow of sweating it out and it feels amazing), thinking about all the giant waves of transition happening over here. As we work with a builder to build our next home in Sisters, Oregon I’ve been working behind the scenes over here building a new visual brand for all things KRR.
Both building processes – the literal new home and the virtual home – have been underway for months and has required a slow and complete reassessment of what I want to let go, what I want to take forward, what I really need, what I no longer want to produce, what I want to build, and so much more.
This is deep harvest. Deep transition. In my heart, first, and then outward. You will soon begin to see some changes in the world of KRR as I begin to bring forth what has been under the soil for a long time. I’m excited to show you what I’ve been growing and I’m also excited to honor and let go that which no longer serves my creative heart.
Through it all, my mission is clear. I want to nourish creative hearts with art offerings, biz mentoring, and soul care.
Here’s to all the seasons, and all they give and nourish and provide. My heart is full.
PS: Thank you for all the love on my last post. I feel seen, and that is a beautiful gift to receive. Thank you :). I want to give a shout out to my friend Kirstie Wight for not only doing my make-up for the shoot but also being an amazing human being. She has been doing my make-up for years when I’m on camera (filming courses, etc) and I love love love her. Need a make-up artist in the Portland area? SHE is your girl.
Hi, 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 whispers and started playing with paint, and everything changed.