Kim Larson's Profile

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Collecting primitive antiques for over 30 years, I started selling at various shows around the country in 1991. Repurpose and artful creativity went into my work, and my mother, Maggi, used her folk art paint work to help grow our business. Unfortunately, she passed away in 2007 from brain cancer, and I lost my number one love. I rediscovered a place to reconnect with her by starting Maggie's Market here in St. Louis, where I can continue to offer beautiful primitive antiques and collectibles to visitors at my antique booth. But, now I'm expanding my marketplace of Maggie's Market to Etsy...she is smiling down from heaven! In addition, I think Maggie sent me an angel from Iowa to help me...Stephanie is a very important part of Maggie's Market as we grow this business.

Thank you for continuing to support our dreams and memory of Maggi!

  • Female
  • Born on April 2
  • Joined November 25, 2012

Favorite materials

Sweet Pickins Milk Paint, Stencils, Rustic Wood Bowls, Pig Cutting Boards, Architectural Anything

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About

Collecting primitive antiques for over 30 years, I started selling at various shows around the country in 1991. Repurpose and artful creativity went into my work, and my mother, Maggi, used her folk art paint work to help grow our business. Unfortunately, she passed away in 2007 from brain cancer, and I lost my number one love. I rediscovered a place to reconnect with her by starting Maggie's Market here in St. Louis, where I can continue to offer beautiful primitive antiques and collectibles to visitors at my antique booth. But, now I'm expanding my marketplace of Maggie's Market to Etsy...she is smiling down from heaven! In addition, I think Maggie sent me an angel from Iowa to help me...Stephanie is a very important part of Maggie's Market as we grow this business.

Thank you for continuing to support our dreams and memory of Maggi!

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