Such a Wondrous Place this Faery Space

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About me

Gender FEMALE
Industry Arts
Occupation Illustrator/English teacher/Student Success Teacher at BTC Graduated with Distinction in the Major from UW-Madison
Location United States
Introduction When we see the world with bliss in our heart it will show in our lives and in our art. ~Amy I was honored to be in two art shows in New York at A Perfect World Gallery! The World of Imagination Vol. 2 show and Sketch It Out 2009. I have been asked to review for Holt Publishers and will be part of Crescendoh.com the new company by Jenny Doh Editor-in-Chief of Stampington and Co.with an article on how ART SAVES. I am so grateful to be chosen as Inspirational Quote Artist of the Week for Where Women Create. My latest joy is writing for Somerset Studio about my Netherworld Series, including Dutch Lovebirds at the Circus and my Netherworld Faerytale Series. Pick up the March/April and May/June 2014 issues of Somerset Studio to see more of my writing and art. Wishes come true everyday... Blessings.
Interests Peace, compassion, art, teaching and learning from children, nature, joy, my wonderful childrenSpreading joy. Creating faerytales. Following bliss.
Favorite Movies Fave right now Dr. Zhivago Nanny McPhee, Martian Child, The Lord of the Rings, The Harry Potter series, Chocolat, Enchanted April, Hitch, The Holiday, The Secret, Life is a House
Favorite Music Enya's O come O come Emmanuel, the pentatonic scale and chant, The Cranberries, I'm alive by Celine Dion, The Corrs, It's the little things that make a difference by Jewel, Green Day, Evanescence, Caprice, Nickelback, Led Zeppelin, Sarah McCoughlin, Simon and Garfunkel, Colbie Caillat
Favorite Books jane eyre, Christina, the sun rising donne Rossetti, The Power of Myth, Robert Herrick, William Shakespeare Hens Dancing, A New Earth, The Power of Myth, Fairy Art Iain Zaczek, Emerson, Thoreau, Romancing the Ordinary, The Riverside Shakespeare, The Wind in the Willows, Seed, Leaf, Flower, Fruit, The Secret Garden, The Little Princess, 17th century anything