Ginny has a bachelor of fine Arts in interior design from Kendall College of Art and Design. She began in engineering but switched to interior design because she wanted the ability to be more creative and more outside of the box. This gave her the opportunity to delve more into sketching and painting and learning more about color pallets. Her degree has helped her strengthen her knowledge of art and design principles as well as integrating technology into art. Her exposure at Kendall allowed her to experience 2D and 3D art with many different mediums including metal, paint, clay and plaster. Having a daughter who loves to be as creative as herself drove her to find an outlet that would allow her to teach art to her, while learning more myself and being able to make an impact on other kids lives. The lack of art and creative outlets in schools today is what forced me to look for outside sources that offer these things.