This blog is about the ART of life. Photos. Paintings. Color. Decorating. It’s about inspiration and creative solutions. It’s about sharing information.
I love all things creative and the creative process itself. I’m a do-it-yourselfer and I’ve spent a lifetime learning many different art disciplines. I’m happy to share my projects with you and all my fun discoveries. To enjoy new posts from www.cynthiakeenan.wordpress.com you can subscribe to my RSS feed. Enjoy.
My goal is to help you become even more creative than you already are. And by the way, you are creative! I believe all people are creative… sometimes it just takes awhile to tap into our inner resources.
Color, home decorating, photography, graphic design and watercolor painting are my passions. I want to share my projects with you and tell you what I have learned along the way.
For many years, I operated a home business under the name of CK Designs. I am a graphic designer and have helped small businesses with logo development, newsletters and image enhancement. I’ve also sold my original photographs, paintings and ceramic pottery pieces operating as CK Designs.
Beginning in 2010, I expanded my design talents and became certified in Interior Redesign and Staging. I also became a “Color With No Regrets” certified consultant. This has been the most exciting and challenging part of my career. I’ve always loved decorating, but quite honestly, I just went by my gut instinct when it came to putting things together. I’m now using the same design principles that I used for graphics and photography in my own and other people’s homes. And my love of color has exploded! I knew how to mix them on the palette, but to apply “color wheel” concepts to a person’s living space just really fires me up! I love helping people narrow in on how color affects them and showing them how to use it to create warm and beautiful living spaces.
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