A Bit About Me
"Feathers don't have to be just a trend. They're of nature, and therefore are timeless. "
I have always been an artist, even since I was a child. I would go around & draw everything in our house, from my unicorns to tchotckes. I was always the one to move the furniture around in our house growing up. I would put my little legs on the wall and push the sofa with all of my strength. My need for creativity carried on thru school and college. I took classes in ceramics, metals, drawing and painting. During college I did some modeling and discovered the fashion world. In love with that world, I moved to LA for make-up school and have been a working make-up artist & hair stylist in the industry since. I have moved around the country doing make-up & hair in LA, Miami and NY.
I've always felt a connection to feathers and have been collecting them all of my life, each one a found treasure. Feathers are tough enough to weather a storm, yet delicate and soft - ethereal.
So after painting feathers on canvas for years, I dreamt up a more modern approach of visualizing them. My fashion background, obsession for interior design & creativity all come into play when I'm creating these.
Feathers don't have to be just a trend. They're of nature, therefore are timeless. My wall hangings are an interesting alternative to framed artwork, and add a textural element to a room. They can stand alone or be put into a grouping on the wall. They are modern, bohemian & luxe.
There is no better honor than having your artwork recognized and loved. To affect someone's daily life in their home. To have someone smile, when they pass by a piece of artwork they have curated for their home. To bring it into their sanctuary... for this I thank God for the gifts He's given me.
P.S. I am currently not taking on any commission orders at this time. What is available is in my shop. I am focusing on what feeds my inspiration, & that is to constantly evolve & grow my artwork. I will be adding pieces regulary, so please check back often.
Photo credits: Aliza Rae Photography