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Julie is passionate about art, collecting, & re-purposing. Her happy place is in her workshop & studio filled w/ power tools, sanders, paints, stains, brushes & supplies for any project. After studying Art, Interior Design, & Business in College, Julie landed in the world of residential & commercial design, until starting a family in 2000. While a stay at home mom, Julie painted murals & small canvas commissions. Feeling the nudge to have a real business, Julie made the jump to selling nursery canvas art at local Baby Shops. 20 years later Julie has run the gamut from painting in amazing homes in the Fox Valley area, doing one of a kind commissions, fabricating a line of custom serving trays, and several other casual living home décor items. Her love of all things vintage inspires her easy-going style and painting of everyday objects. She keeps her paintings fresh, on trend. Julie designs out of her studio in St. Charles, IL where she lives w/her husband John, 2 daughters Paige & Lindsey, and 2 naughty dogs Reggie & Archie that are well known by her close-knit customer base.
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Warehouse 55 in Aurora
Hudson Design House in Oswego
The Half Full Nest in West Dundee
Grow in Geneva
Whimsical Perspective in Sycamore
The fourth Friday of every month I will open my St. Charles, Il HOME STUDIO to give customers a chance to shop, order, and browse my merchandise. This is NOT a big market, but a casual, come as you are, easy peasy way to check out my creative goods. I will not be hosting a 4th Friday in Nov. or Dec. due to the HOLIDAY MARKET I host in my Home Studio. Be sure to visit my Facebook page for all the details.
8 Different Painting Kit Designs that come with access to a Video Tutorial that coincides with each design
Every Season I change the welcome sign on my front porch.
And every change I try to do a quick time lapse.