About

My happy places are in the kitchen and in the studio.  I love for both art and cooking started in high school. I was a rather picky eater with a sensitive stomach, so I experimented with food like a scientist in the lab.  I love color, bold flavor and throwing ingredients in a bowl typically omitting measuring cups at all cost.  Following many food blogs and Instagram accounts I am inspired by others and try to put my own twist on simple recipes.

My closet is filled with 11 sketch books, wood boards, ceramic bowls and half painted canvases.  I started Augustana University with the intent of majoring in Art Education.  Throughout my college career and many studio art classes, my interests changed and creating art became more of a hobby rather than job oriented.  My favorite medium to work with is clay followed by ink sketches as a close second.  I am drawn to nature oriented objects, food inspiration and geometric designs.  Although I switched my major away from art, I hope to land a job that allows me to integrate my creativity and artistic abilities.

All in all I have many recipes and art to share and love feedback and ideas for future projects!

 

Kia

 

 

2 thoughts on “About

  1. Kia, you’ve quite an interesting journey and relationship with food. Thanks for sharing. Oh, I don’t know, I couldn’t part with my cheese/ice cream!lol! Thanks for sharing.
    P.S. Thank you for visiting and subsequently following my blog.
    Cheers!

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    • It’s amazing the effects good food can have on your body. Can’t believe it took me this long to figure that out. I appreciate the follow and look forward to trying your recipes and letting you know how they turn out!

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