Hi friends! Below are a couple new pieces available in the shop I wanted to share with you! Follow me on Instagram and Facebook for more updates daily!

New Art – available here

Wear Your Joy captures one of my favorite personal practices – the daily intention of making our hearts visible and wearable. Like any good practice, getting dressed in joy will open your heart and awaken new ways of seeing yourself. You can find out more about my Wear Your Joy practice right here.

New Art – available here 

Grow into Joy is about the journey we take when we trust the ebb and flows of life. It’s about embracing the uncertainties with a knowing that we’ll come out the other side more whole, more tender, more wise, and always with love.

Below are the time lapses that show Wear Your Joy coming together. Love!

Wanna be weekly art buddies? Come check out my weekly video program called Kelly Rae Unscripted. Every week, you’ll get a new video (totally unscripted!) showing you how I create. In my private studio, at my table, I’ll talk you through each move and mark I make. It will be awesome. And spontaneous. And 100% real.

Use code KRRunscripted for 15% off at checkout! Join us here! 

Big love,

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.

Now I’m a full-time artist, author and Possibilitarian, who helps women explore and nourish their creative souls.

Don't want to miss a post?

Get my LATEST POSTS sent to your inbox.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Recent PostsRecent Posts Flower

The future belongs to us

The future belongs to us

(NEW art, available here in a variety of sizes) My younger years brought gifts of big dreams. I want to be an artist! I want to write a book. Become a mother. Meet my great love. Create an artful home. Have a community of deep friendships. Travel. I knew that if I...

read more
Celebrating 20 years of marriage

Celebrating 20 years of marriage

It was the summer of 1998 in Florida. I was 24 years old, had just graduated with my MSW,  and I was dating someone - nothing too serious.  One evening, John, (who I had heard and known about since we were 14, but never met), came to my boyfriend's house with his...

read more

Explore the Blog Categories