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I have loved art all my life and studied art at the University of Kansas. I continue to love art and to learn more all the time and tend to want to do nothing but art! I have to make myself work in the garden- but I enjoy every minute once I get out there!
Well hey, I couldn't write about me without writing about my family! My beautiful son Jackson is 8 months old. I spend my week with him when I'm not photographing (and sometimes he comes along!) My husband is my absolute rock, and as an engineer and type-A personality, he's good at standing back and letting me do my creative thing. We went to college together and now live close to our families.
Passionate, self-taught fairy tale artist. With a great love for landscapes, trees, and creators of the night. I love fantasy art with a gothic, primitive look, and peaceful with a somewhat unsettling feel. I mostly work with acrylics, either on canvas or watercolor paper. I paint strictly for the art of fairy tales, and love it.
Started studying with every master artist I could find and never stopped. Now, I create, teach and exhibit my work in galleries in major cities like New York and Washington DC and am having a great time!
I have Bi-Polar so art helps to express my emotions. I started when I was very young, but I really didn't start until I was in my twenties. Painting is a release for me, it gives me an outlet for my creativity.
Began my art career by attending an evening class once a week. The tutor suggested I go to college while there I studied various art courses and graduted in 2001 at UCE Birmingham, with a B.A.Hons in Fine Art. A young Mum at 17, single parent while studying for about seven years. Ran childrens art work shops. Exhibited at various craft events. Just completed an Introduction Course to Art Therapy, currently learning Web Design. In September I will be doing a Foundation Course into Art Therapy. My goals are to create art which will benifits others and to help people to create art which will benifit them.
As a young women I wanted to change the world as a social worker. Than I had to earn some money so I worked in the field of shipping and trucking From there I got into teaching and than into marketing. Moving from Europe to the US did the trick. Working with glass is the longest career I ever have worked in.
I am a practising artist of fifteen years. I had my own gallery called 'The Pond' in London and learnt much about dealing and selling alsorts of artwork. My work has been much published and is currently on sale as greeting cards, edition prints and as original artworks.
Artist, wife, mom and grandmother
I am an artist
I teach dollmaking and mixed media art
I've been doing this for about 20 yrs
Born in Kentucky, raised one of seven, always knew I loved art and making things and also watching life. I was fascinated with homes, people, places and pets at a young age as well as fashion, antiques, food and art. Graduated UC, moved to NY and worked in fashion til after my twins turned five.
Began my site, and my blog a few years ago and manage to work from home juggling, kids and art and life.
Patricia van Essche
Born in the Rocky Mountains- grew up on the West Coast.
I've studied art ever since I was a child and was recommended to classes at the Vancouver Art Gallery.
Following high school where one of my majors was Art, I had a wonderful immersion in classical art training at Vancouver School of Art (now Emily Carr), and then attended the University of British Columbia, earned a B.Ed and began teaching as an art specialist. Later, while raising a family, I did extensive work in fabric arts and had many designs printed in American magazines.
Now I have returned to painting with a passion and have a studio in my home.
I've been creating art as long as I can remember first with crayons and pencils. Along the way I have experimented with new mediums. Along side being an artist I teach- I believe that teaching is also a form of art- you are shaping and molding young minds. I love to travel and go on adventures. I spend a great amount of time dreaming of where I want to go next!
Born in Japan 1978.
Exploring and learning art in Santa Monica, LA, and San Francisco (USA) from 1999 to 2007 which totally changed how I see the world and established myself as an artist.
Back to Japan and start my career as a professional artist in 2008.
I grew up in a very small town in Northern Michigan/Wisconsin. I always wanted a Barbie Birthday cake, the kind where the cake is Barbie's dress. I never got one. I love things that are pink, shiny, glittery, sparkly and reminiscent of childhood.
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