Courting Creativity - Practices for deepening your relationship with your creativity for joy and connection.


Kathryn Coneway is a mixed media visual artist, author, and educator. 
Kathryn is a practicing artist, exhibiting in park and nature center settings and most recently in her own front yard.  She provides workshops to  foster connections between creative and spiritual practice. She is most energized by the ways community and connections form through shared spaces for creative practice. 
Kathryn is the author and illustrator of two children’s books, COLLETTE A Collage Adventure and Oops Paint. She currently focuses her writing on connections between creative practiced spiritual practice, highlighting themes and practices in her newsletter.

Kathryn lives in Alexandria, Virginia with her family.


  • I feel most connected to the sacred presence in life when I spend time in nature, especially in the forest.

  • I am new to gardening and sometimes can be timid and afraid of making mistakes but am thankful for the lessons of growth, seasons and patience.

  • I love books. According to library records, I saved over $6000 in the last year through using my local library.

  • When I was little I wanted to be a toy designer or a lego builder. I used to repair action figures and toys for my brothers' friends.

  • My family and I have been to all 50 states, of our many trips, traveling across the country by train was my favorite.

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Courting Creativity - Practices for deepening your relationship with your creativity for joy and connection.


Kathryn Coneway writes to help readers deepen a relationship with their creativity. She is inspired by sharing and connection and the ways community forms around allowing ourselves to be seen and heard through sharing creative practice.