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I'm a bit of a quirky character, but my charming husband keeps me focused on what matters: family. My family is my inspiration, my frustration, my passion, and my purpose. Four beautiful sisters with talents as unique as their fingerprints and parents with just enough flaws to be some of the best people I know along with a husband who just may turn out to be genetically engineered to be the man of this sort of insane woman's dreams make my life important. I believe a beautiful thing can be magical in the right moment, that color and texture and weight have more significance in everyday objects than most people realize. I believe that everyone deserves to be in awe of this messy, lovely world we live in. These beliefs are what drive me to create. As a child, an errant button could be mystical. The search for this mysticism in adulthood has led me to re-purposing found objects and a deep appreciation for art that celebrates…

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  • Female
  • Born on January 14
  • Joined December 12, 2011

Favorite materials

Found objects, acrylic paint, black ink, adhesive, thrift store jewelery finds, paper, water, colored pencil, permanent marker

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About

I'm a bit of a quirky character, but my charming husband keeps me focused on what matters: family. My family is my inspiration, my frustration, my passion, and my purpose. Four beautiful sisters with talents as unique as their fingerprints and parents with just enough flaws to be some of the best people I know along with a husband who just may turn out to be genetically engineered to be the man of this sort of insane woman's dreams make my life important. I believe a beautiful thing can be magical in the right moment, that color and texture and weight have more significance in everyday objects than most people realize. I believe that everyone deserves to be in awe of this messy, lovely world we live in. These beliefs are what drive me to create. As a child, an errant button could be mystical. The search for this mysticism in adulthood has led me to re-purposing found objects and a deep appreciation for art that celebrates whimsy.

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