About Kathy

Even if we do not think of ourselves as artists in the usual sense of the word, conscious living is a creative act in which every day is our canvas to paint, our metal to forge, our song to craft. - Mara Freeman

Kathy is an artist, writer and soul reader. She has kept a diary and a dream journal since she was a very young girl. At age 8 her goal was to be the youngest published author/illustrator ever. Kathy graduated with a degree in Art History from Queen's University in Kingston, Canada and a diploma in Graphic Design & Illustration in 1992. After graduation she moved to Southern California where she became a full time artist and soul reader. Her work has appeared in We’Moon Datebook, Sage Woman Magazine, Art for the Soul and San Diego Women’s History Museum. She has taught and mentored at Wise Woman University, Mt. San Jacinto College and HGTV along with starting a writer’s group and artist’s circle in her town.

Kathy currently lives and works in Temecula, California with her two dogs and architect husband in an adobe style home they built themselves. When she's not painting or reading souls, she can be found dancing to techno or Zeppelin, making nettle infusion, or reading 2 to 3 books at the same time.

Her latest endeavour, the "Lefty Oracle Deck & Guidebook: How to free your playful self, nurture your intuition and inspire self care" is coming out soon.

Her current series of Spirit Animal paintings explores the intuitive bond between feminine nature and wild nature.

Interviews: Press Enterprise, Bliss Chick,  Wise Woman Radio, Voyageur Magazine, Reluctant Medium, Fog City Psychic, Herbal Magazine,

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My Journey into the Goddess Womb Cave

The journey below was filmed in Sage, California near my home. I've played classical flute since high school but later discovered the Native American flute and was hooked; it's such a magical instrument. Playing it helps me call upon my totem animal, the owl. I do not usually give readings in a cave as depicted below, but it's a great place to celebrate the seasonal festivals and to cool down in the summer when it tops a 100 degrees outside.