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A little bit about myself, and photographs of a few pieces of my art. Feedback is always welcome, so feel free to post a comment. Enjoy!

A little bit about myself, and photographs of a few pieces of my art. Feedback is always welcome, so feel free to post a comment. Enjoy!

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  • Biography Laurie Brown A native New Yorker, I spent most of my adolescence living in Worthington, Ohio. I attended the Columbus College of Art and Design, where I received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, majoring in illustration. After graduating, I moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico for a short time before returning to Columbus. I got married shortly thereafter, started a family, and took the next few years to focus my attention on raising my children. For the past twelve years I have been living in Pennsylvania with my husband and two children. I turned a passion for decorating into a small business, decorating many homes by creating a variety of unique murals, custom faux finishes and interior accessories, as well as selecting color choices, fabrics and room lay-outs for my clients. Although I enjoy decorating, I’ve now turned my focus back to fine art. In 2008 I began working on some new pieces of art, and am truly in my element when I’m being creative. My inspiration for these pieces of “paper art” came to me from a memory of a craft I did in camp when I was a child. Many hours of designing, cutting, painting, rolling paper, and beading are put into each piece of art. The end result should draw you in, make you step back, and be fun to look at. I have a blast creating them! I hope you enjoy them, too. Please scroll down to view a few of my pieces...
  • quot;Springquot; size 25quot; x 35quot;, framed quot;On the Townquot; size 23quot; x 23quot;, framed
  • quot;In Anticipation of the Firstquot; size 18quot; x 18quot;, framed quot;Reflectionquot; size 25quot; x 34quot;, framed
  • quot;Inspiredquot; - Not For Sale quot;Winterquot; - Sold