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Tascha Parkinson

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Tascha Parkinson


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Sales 5,779
On Etsy since 2007

Creating JOY with color and imagination

I have been creating art since I was a little girl. My mother is an artist and she worked as an illustrator when I was growing up. She set up a little desk for me to do my artwork at while she worked next to me on hers. Art has always been a way for me to create my own little world. Growing up as an only child, I had a lot of time to be alone and draw pictures and pretend. I've never lost that feeling. I love to lose myself in my paintings. I was formally trained in art at the Ontario College of Art and Design, but I much rather prefer taking artistic guidance from my inner child. I believe in art that is made from the soul. I hope my art makes you happy when you look at it :)

I am currently teaching on line art classes to artists all over the world via my e-classes at my virtual school :) http://learningwithtascha.com/

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    Hello! I'm Tascha :) I'm an artist/illustrator living in downtown Toronto Canada. I graduated from the Ontario College of Art and Design and have been working as an artist ever since. My passion is animals and they make many appearances in my art.

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Last updated on September 8, 2017
Thank you so much for visiting my shop! My name is Tascha and I'm a multi-media artist living in downtown Toronto Canada. I love creating my own little world in my art where everything is happy and nice. I've been selling my original art on-line since 2001. My interests include painting, sewing and jewelry making.

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I always ship your item out right away. You can expect your package sent out the next business day. All paintings are packed well with bubble wrap. The prints are in a cellophane sleeve and are sandwiched between cardboard, mailed in a bend-proof cardboard mailer.