The Creative History of Me

Early on, I began using art as a way to express my creativity and imagination. I vividly remember my favorite jumper was made with material featuring comic strips. I still think of that outfit when I design interactive fun clothing for my daughters: crayon and paper pockets on a sweatshirt, magical capes to wear, whatever makes them smile. Maybe that’s why I chose to become a kindergarten teacher as a practical outlet for my creativity. Growing up in a 200 year old stone farm house in rural Pennsylvania, my family showed Siberian Huskies on the weekends. This gave me a love for painting animals and for decorating my nest with rustic antiques and vintage “thingys”. singerdoll

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. cathleen
    Mar 22, 2010 @ 00:12:21

    great stuff Katie, looking forward to seeing more.

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