Next up on the Otomi Home Artist Series I am thrilled to feature Christina Baker! I was first introduced to Christina through a friend on instagram and instantly knew I would love to feature her work on my blog. Her colorful abstract works are vibrant yet calming and look gorgeous in a variety of home decors. Here is Christina’s interview… How did you
Have you seen John Bucklin’s work yet? His paintings of the ocean, landscapes, sunsets are breathtaking. Ever since I discovered his work on Serena & Lily’s website last year, I have had major lust for one of them, the only problem is deciding which one is my favorite piece. I interviewed John last month for the Otomi Home artist
I was first introduced to Linda Fahey’s work on instagram. And recently, I also had the chance to meet her at the West Coast Craft Fair in San Francisco. Her beautiful ceramics are hand shaped, designed, and decorated – making each piece special and unique. I’m so excited to have Linda on the Artist Series today, and I’m looking forward to checking
I’m a massive fan of Jane Denton’s embroidery artwork. I first found her on instagram & was instantly drawn to her beautiful, vibrant, colorful artwork. Then I started seeing Jane’s work popping up everywhere in images of beautiful, well designed homes (including Emily Henderson’s house), and I knew I had to interview her for the blog. Jane, who is from
Catherine Jones is a self taught painter out of Birmingham, Alabama. She creates beautiful works in both color and black and white. Her range and use of surprising color combinations is beautiful and intriguing. Catherine is such a sweetheart, and I’m sure you are going to enjoy reading her interview… How did you become an artist? I’ve always been
I was first introduced to Karen Smidth’s work at a recent event at Serena & Lily’s San Francisco Design Shop. Some of her larger works were on display and I was instantly drawn to her expressionistic yet abstract paintings. And now I am thrilled to feature Karen Smidth as part of the Artist Series. I am sure you will
Emily Jeffords is an artist who creates gorgeous impressionistic landscape paintings, out of Greenville, SC. I’m thrilled to have Emily on the blog today as part of the Otomi Home Artist Series. She speaks about how she able to beautifully balance her work and be a mother of two. I love the way she uses soft colors and light throughout her paintings.
Next in the artist series, I’m thrilled to introduce you to Jenny Prinn! She is a painter of really bright, vibrant, and bold pieces which I just adore. Jenny is such a sweet and lovely person to boot. Let’s get to the interview shall we?! How did you become an artist? What was your training? I always dreamed of