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Art . . . Celebrating Life!

Once upon a time . . . there was a little girl who lived by a world famous museum in a little town. Instead of taking ballet or piano like her friends, she begged her parents to let her take ART lessons. And from the moment she walked across the shiny marble floors, smelled the museum air, and took a gander at some amazing works ~ she was hooked. Each and every summer was spent taking classes, learning new things, and just soaking in the beauty that came from human imagination!

Of course, prince charming came along and swept her off her feet. He took her to see the big wide world, made her see things from a new perspective and loved her silly and adventurous side (oh yeah, this girl was fun;). She skied in the Alps, scuba dove off the Great…

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  • Female
  • Born on June 21
  • Joined October 3, 2011

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Acrylic, paper, canvas, pencil, text, mixed media

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About

Art . . . Celebrating Life!

Once upon a time . . . there was a little girl who lived by a world famous museum in a little town. Instead of taking ballet or piano like her friends, she begged her parents to let her take ART lessons. And from the moment she walked across the shiny marble floors, smelled the museum air, and took a gander at some amazing works ~ she was hooked. Each and every summer was spent taking classes, learning new things, and just soaking in the beauty that came from human imagination!

Of course, prince charming came along and swept her off her feet. He took her to see the big wide world, made her see things from a new perspective and loved her silly and adventurous side (oh yeah, this girl was fun;). She skied in the Alps, scuba dove off the Great Barrier Reef, jumped out of an airplane, and traveled some of the world ~ all before the age of 30. Then, like an answered prayer, she became pregnant and and the crazy pace of life with children began. She didn't paint again for a long time.

Until one day, it became clear that she must. The time had come for her art to become a vehicle of healing after the most devastating loss of her baby girl. This sweet little girl that didn’t get to live, gave her mother the push she needed to live and create again.

There is no end to this story, because honestly, this is just the beginning. I continue to pour my heart out and find new ways to express myself.

Thank you for stopping by and if you would like to learn more about my work please visit me at www.beyondwordsdesigns.com where you will see my current collections and can contact me about custom orders.


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