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Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once the child grows up. Picasso ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Art is simply the language of the soul. Robert Redford ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Believe in the beauty of your dreams. Eleanor Roosevelt ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ No bird soars too high, if he soars with his own wings. William Blake ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Children are likely to live up to what you believe in them. Lady Bird Johnson ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Life does not have to be perfect to be good. Annette Funicello ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ It's not about what you have...but about enjoying what you have. Unknown ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ When you are reluctant to change, think of the beauty in Spring and Autumn. Unknown
Thank you so much for taking time to visit my Crows in the Attic Primitives blog, and read a bit about the person behind it all!! Not at all comfortable talking about myself and my work, I have delegated that task to my dear husband, Mike!! In Mike’s words…………..
After nearly 30 years of teaching Kindergarten, Trudy has taken her love of the pure and simple art forms, and a lifelong devotion (okay…obsession!!) for meticulous hand crafting, and is now sharing her creations with YOU!!! Often whimsical, her work is best called “Primitive Folk Art”, and ranges from her “people” to birds and other critters, and seasonal and holiday handiwork, as well. After years of collecting patterns from other artists, she has concentrated on designs of her own, often inspired by former students or people from historical times that she has researched. Our home is always the scene of dolls in various stages of completion, waiting for the perfect combination for the personality Trudy is working to create! My words………
So…there you have it!! Thank you again for taking a peek my contributions to Blog Land!! Prim Blessings, Trudy
Oh, how they grow up sooo quickly!! Our little Madison will be 3 on Valentine's Day...and she is such a delight!! Hopefully she will remain that way after the arrival of her baby sister in a few weeks!! :)