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Hi friends, I’m so excited to announce the release of my new print entitled “Wisdom”. This rustic and elegant painting of a barn owl features lovely fall flowers and inviting warm colors. This art owl print makes a great addition to your home decor or a unique gift for your favorite owl lover! Owls are known to represent wisdom, learning, seeing, protection, and transition; making them the perfect symbol for fall. Autumn is such a […]Read More
“LOOK! A SQUIRREL!” Did you look? Like most creative people, I’m very easily distracted and suffer from what I like to call “Look…A squirrel!” syndrome. My attention wanders off with every little noise or email or phone call that comes my way. I’ve learned that I have to set goals and intentions every day to help me stay on track and focused. My morning routine consists of a cup of coffee (first I drink the […]Read More
Holy Cow…it’s baseball season! This spring is super exciting for me! Not only did the Chicago Cubs win the World Series last year, but I was also honored to have been asked to paint this Ernie Banks mural at the new flagship retail store in Wrigley Field. I was raised in rural Illinois in a baseball loving family. I feel like I lived at our local ball fields during the summer watching my Dad play […]Read More
What do you believe in? When I ask myself that question, the word “family” immediately comes to mind. My family is my main priority in life. My family is what matters when everything else in the world feels scary and out of my control. When life is challenging, I know I can come to my family for support. I know them. I love them. I believe in them. This sign was inspired by a time […]Read More
“What’s that?” asked my husband. “I think it’s a bird nest!” I said. We were on a walk in a forest preserve near our home on a crisp and sunny spring morning when we spotted it. I walked over and picked up this completely intact nest that was still attached to a fallen tree branch. I couldn’t believe how perfect it was and that it hadn’t been destroyed in the previous night’s storms. We carried […]Read More