Kay Kemp Paintings

All About Kay Kemp Paintings and Nichos

Kay Kemp brought Spirit Works 4 U to life. Her governing statement concerning her artwork is, "With all of my art, I seek to inspire a thought, a word, a deed, or a prayer towards healing the planet and our sacred relationship to it." Kay Kemp paintings have been an inspiration to many, and she began her quest in the 1960s when she worked to become an art teacher. Her path did not lead her directly down that path, but it set her on a different route to teaching her other offerings and ways of art. Kay discovered the power of meditation within art which led her to new heights and spiritually illuminated her life. Kay Kemp paintings became a trademark of her teaching and coaching skills, creativeness, business, and spirit. From that point, she began Wild Heart Art and Spirit Works 4 U, and has been moving forward since.


Another creative avenue of Kay's is her Nichos. These originated in South and Central America and are small boxes often used as devotionals. Kay's Nichos capture inspired scenes with the metal case surrounding a glass front filled with special mementos inside the glass. The Nichos make the best of gifts since they are each one of a kind. It is not something you find every day, but is a unique creation of Kay Kemp. Some contain religious pictures, while others contain artwork that speaks to the soul inside the glass pictures. Some Nichos look like ancient Egyptian or Native American art with different cultures tied into the piece. Others have flowers or scenes of the heart and how it can set aflame. Many contain items with symbolic meanings, such as flowers representing blossoms, which have a significant meaning in spiritual growth. Then there are those with love instilled in them, which make them even more distinctive.