Kimberly McGuiness Art & Design is introducing a unique recipe of work into the world with sprinkles of heart & soul magic, bold lines, and color. Kimberly loves to create art pieces that have a story, inspire, and encourage others to play with no limits or boundaries. Some of the most fun pieces are those created with her daughter, Julia. She has a wondrous view of the world and a love for working with scrap fabrics, yarn, and sari silks in her creations and designs. Julia is living with deaf autism.

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a colorful mixed media piece on cardboard with whimsical birds and flowers

A Messy Masterpiece

Sometimes you just have to throw it all in there and see what happens! This is the result of doing just that, paint, ink, paper, cardboard, more paint, more ink, and paper. I created this piece as part of my homework a while back from a class taught by my ...
black and white line drawing of a woman

The Physiological Residue of Daily Stress

Mothers of adolescents and adults with autism experience chronic stress comparable to combat soldiers and struggle with frequent fatigue and work interruptions, new research finds. These moms also spend significantly more time caregiving than moms of those without disabilities. “This is the physiological residue of daily stress,” says Marsha Mailick ...
image of sun rays coming through dark clouds

Learn & Grow From the Thunderstorms

We each have our own feelings and mental picture of thunderstorms. Whether it’s the love of sitting on the front porch listening to the thunder roll across the mountains or the cracking of the whip as the electric beauty dances through the sky, our love or dislike for the storm ...