Michelle Thevenot's Profile
Work-From-Home Mom-Boss Satisfying Her Creative Soul
I've felt the creative drive ever since I was a kid. Buckets of sidewalk chalk provided endless hours of summer entertainment as I joined my neighborhood friends in decorating our street block with expansive chalk murals.
Once I reached the awkward middle-school years, my quiet, independent, introverted self found art class to be what I looked forward to most. As I zoned out in my happy, creative, focus, it quickly became apparent that art was something I was passionate about and did well at.
I continued developing my artistic expression through high school classes. The art classroom became my retreat from teenage clique drama. The isolated creative process suited my independent soul. Because I felt most comfortable in the art classroom, I decided that I should…
- Born on August 25
- Joined October 19, 2011