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 woman with blue colored hair and lips to represent a peacock

What Does Lady Peacock Convey

Lady Peacock comes from a faraway land where the savanna meets the rainforest and where she is the keeper of the peafowl. The savanna holds many seeds of life and the forest is lush and vibrant with music and majesty. She tends to each brood of hatchlings every month in ...
11x14 mixed media on smooth bristol of a woman know as the queen of clubs

The Queen of Clubs Stands Her Ground

When I start a piece of work I kinda have an idea of what I want to create. But more times than not, I’m usually lead in a direction which in the end has a lesson to learn or a message to pay attention too. I would say most of ...
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Welcome To Holland

Welcome to Holland © 1987 by Emily Perl Kingsley. All rights reserved. I am often asked to describe the experience of raising a child with a disability – to try to help people who have not shared that unique experience to understand it, to imagine how it would feel. It’s ...