Artists I love...


Going to the art festival made me think about so many fond memories I have of visiting my amazing "GREAT" aunt Susan ;) I loved sitting in her booth and feeling like I was part of the artist In-crowd! I always felt like I knew a celebrity! My Aunt Susie is an incredible artist, and I can honestly say that she is just about 100 percent of my inspiration to dabble in art. She has fostered my love for, and admiration of, art. It was she who got me addicted to visiting museums! It's something that leaves a hole in me if I go too long without seeing a good new exhibit. Seeing the ocean does the same thing somewhere deep inside me. I wanted to take this opportunity to introduce some new people to one of her many talents. I can honestly say, I've never seen anything like her leather art- truly one of a kind! Click her link: Dawn Mountain Leather Art to see something
new!


And while I'm on a roll introducing you to my favorite inspirations, meet my good friend Lesley.

She is the owner of Noah Baby Boutique. Her boutique is set up on Etsy, allowing you to conveniently purchase her products online! She even creates custom orders. She has the cutest baby onsies, burp cloths, blankets, and sets! I've seen them all bundled up, ready to go and even that is a beautiful sight! She leaves no detail ignored. Next time you need a wonderful, unique baby shower gift, keep these sets in mind- they are sure to please! There are even organic cotton
sets for the Eco-minded! Check out the link to: Noah Baby Boutique

I hope you enjoy their items as much as I do!

3 comments:

Martha said...

Thank you so much for these great artists. I have a passion for the arts also.

Noah's Mommy said...

Hey....Thank you So much for putting me in there....totally didn't expect it.....you are such an amazing friend.....

TzuTse said...

I went to the Andy Warhol exhibit at the deYoung Museum in Golden Gate Park a couple of weeks ago. I'm always surprised how much I learn about someone that I thought I knew. The new deYoung Museum is a work of art in itself. You would have loved it! The problem with most museums is that they are not kid friendly, really a nightmare for parents. "Don't touch, stand still, quit running....." You are much better off going to an outdoor festival in a park where you can retreat and regroup on a grassy hill shaded by big old trees.
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