Pictured above are Rena Cantrell of South on Broad and Katie Griffin, local photographer and my crowdfunding campaign manager. We took this photo on a cold February morning, outside South on Broad, while heartbombing for historic preservation.
I would like to thank the city of Commerce and local business owners who have supported my growth and displayed my work to a wider audience. The best thing I ever did was move to a small town.
The Quinlan Visual Arts Center – small crow paintings in gift shop and participation in annual Gala and art shows, http://www.quinlanartscenter.org/
Our Town Antiques – Heirloom Flags and Americana, http://www.ourtownantiques.com/
Faith and Flour Bakery – Americana and fine art, https://www.facebook.com/faithandflourbakery/
City of Commerce Downtown Development Authority – public art projects and community engagement
12 Gage Photography – professional photography services, videography, and crowdfunding management, http://www.twelve-gagephotography.com/
South on Broad – mural, networking and community projects, https://www.facebook.com/South-On-Broad-1711267072420255/
Southern Sister Couture Boutique – May 2017 trunk show and art on consignment – songbirds, crows and Americana, http://www.southernsistercouture.com/
The Enchanted Florist – June trunk show and collaborative projects, http://www.theenchantedfloristandgifts.net/?Yext=10-0645AA
Art at The Highlander – large crow paintings, http://www.thehighlanderatlanta.com/
I’m a stay-at-home mom, community volunteer, and artist who loves all things old, living in the country and keeping chickens. Check out my crowdfunding campaign at bit.ly/LibertasAmericana and help me create a collaborative workspace for local artists.