WELCOME! I'm Kelly

I'm a painter, teacher, dreamer, and healer with paint.

I believe that in each one of us are seeds of creativity waiting to be discovered.

It is crucial to our well-being and is often forgotten and ignored.  As children

we express freely, we dance, paint, play a musical instrument and more-

all acceptable because we are young.

But then what happens?

We grow up and lose the connection with ourselves, we take on too much, we

get tired, lose our luster...we get dull and lost in the duty of life.


Let's Explore

For three decades I've been combining my love of art and teaching together to guide individuals in discovering their inner joy, their soul's calling. It's time to feel and express freely again, it's time to heal. It's time to explore on canvas and get messy. It's time to break the rules together.

Weekend girls trip with mom, sis and lit

Me and my daughter


I am a classically trained artist and a graduate of the prestigious Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design. For 30+ years

I have had the opportunity to develop and teach my own fine art curriculum to children and adults at art galleries, counseling facilities, and at client homes.


What is Intentional Creativity?​

I am one of two Intentional Creativity Teachers in the state of Wisconsin offering

healing classes to the public. Intentional Creativity is a process that

combines right brain/left brain expression with intention to support growth

and healing of past wounds and creative blocks. Clients explore their creative

essence, listening deeply to that essence through guided visualization and

expressing on the canvas what wants to be revealed with paint.  With the IC

process, individuals heal and transform themselves. We use acrylic, watercolor

paint and other materials on canvas or paper, inspired by guided meditations, writing, music, chocolate and sparkle!

You'll discover your own symbols and keys, to make each project a template for healing and inspiration.

For more information about Intentional Creativity, go to the MUSEA website here



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