Kindra Fehr was born in Salt Lake City and has spent much of her life traveling to such places as France, Norway, New York City, and Prague. Every place she has visited has molded her into who she is, but it is always Utah that she comes home to. Kindra earned her BFA in drawing/painting from the University of Utah in 1990, studied at the Lacoste School of the Arts in France, and has had her work exhibited nationally and internationally.Read More
Kelli Hyland graduated from the University of Utah Medical School and completed her residency there as well. She is a poet, mother, psychiatrist...and an artist.Read More
Jessica Wilcox fell in love with clay as a child. She studied art at Brigham Young University-Idaho, where she first had the idea for what would become Curio Clayworks, a pottery business offering workshops and classes to the public. After graduating with a Bachelor's Degree in Art Education with an emphasis in ceramics, Jessica brought her dream business to life. She has been creating with clay for more than 11 years and has mentored more than 450 students by helping them ignite their passion, cultivate their imagination, and expand their technical skills with clay.Read More
“So tell me about yourself! How many kids do you have?” is a question I have been hearing for years. I used to answer with just how many children I have, as if that was the only thing that defined me. Yes, I am a mother of two (and at ages 3 and 1, they really do take up the vast majority of my time). But like all of us, a wife and mother is not all that I am. I am a woman. I am a songwriter and an artist. I am a creative person.Read More
Born and raised in Providence, Rhode Island, Sue Krupa Gray is one of seven children, and is one in a set of triplets. As a singer/ songwriter, Sue has recorded music in Nashville, Los Angeles, and Salt Lake City for Deseret Book, Lex de Azevedo, and for Especially For Youth (along with several self-published works). Get to know how she is shining a light...Read More
I developed this definition as part of my dissertation research study. Does this describe you? What parts fit? Which parts don't? What would you add to this definition of a highly creative woman?