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Kelly here, I'm a Graphic Designer by day and a Mother of all trades by night. I started K3 Artistry in 2011 selling Tree of Life Sun catchers, since then I have grown to provide graphic design services and a variety of handcrafted pieces.

I've had the pleasure of working in the print industry for the past 3 year… Read More
Kelly here, I'm a Graphic Designer by day and a Mother of all trades by night. I started K3 Artistry in 2011 selling Tree of Life Sun catchers, since then I have grown to provide graphic design services and a variety of handcrafted pieces.

I've had the pleasure of working in the print industry for the past 3 years, this experience has given me a unique understanding of print techniques, machinery and design. Sure we can all set up a file according to provided specs, but it takes skill and experience to assess a job, determine the most effect strategy and follow the process from design to production to packaging. I have worked with large format equipment, presses and digital printers to create custom wrapped doors, banners, signs, mounted pieces, newsletters, books, programs, posters and more.

As a creative and generally curious person, I believe it's important to keep researching and learning new things. With a wide range of interests, I have explored topics including typography, illustration, layout, soap making, pyrography, weaving, up-cycling, and so so much more.

On a personal note, I am the mother of two wonderful girls who are my inspirations, my loves, and my explorers. They keep me going and never let me give up. Raising a family in upstate New York is beautiful, we get to experience all 4 seasons. I enjoy the times where I get to snuggle in blankets and sip coffee along with the times when I wipe sweat from my forehead while on a sunny nature hike. As a Pagan, I feel a strong connection to the Earth and try to find the beauty in every snowflake, leaf, fruit, or root. I often find my best work spaces include a blanket, shade, and grass. Read Less
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