About Me, 


I grew up In Jersey City, New Jersey and currently reside in Union, New Jersey. I attend Montclair State University as a full time student, work part time as well. I partake in three different programs at MSU, pertaining: social work, makeup artistry and Art/ Design. 



I started out drawing but decided not to limit myself. I am now involved in resin art, customized keychains, stickers, wood burnings, paintings, and hanging canvas too!

Occasionally, I do sell ceramic pieces. 

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The real question is, why not? 

In 2006, I realized I had a "thing" for art. I was only about seven years old, but I knew that art gave me peace and made me happy. My parents were very supportive and started buying me sketch books, markers and almost anything else to help me activate and practice my gift. I was very inconsistent with my art while growing up, because of society, and the idea that being a successful artist was almost impossible. In Middle school, my school had a Dr. Seuss event and my art teacher asked me and a couple of other students to draw for the event. I was so honored. 

For high school, I moved to a small town, everyone knew each other, and I knew no one. This forced me to become more active and involved in art because I didn;t have anyone to talk to or hang out with. My sophmore year in highschool, I took an art class because it was a requirement.. but  my teacher became so supportive of me and my gift that I knew I had to do something with it. So I practiced and practiced my gift.

My freshman year in College I made an art page, and I really struggled with the name of it. "Kayla's Art" wasn't going to cut it for me. But then I thought "PiecesofKaylaa" because my art was a piece of me. The more support I received, I knew "PiecesofKaylaa" was going to be more than just an instagram page. I knew I had to make it a place where people could go and get a piece made, not just a piece for them; but a piece of them. 

I am currently in my junior year of college studying the arts and social work, so I can pursue a career in the art therapy field. 



Makeup is a form of art. It took me a while to acknowledge that, but when I did; I added it to my artistry.

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