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best day ever

24 Dec
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Es came into my studio yesterday bursting with excitement, her tooth that she has been wiggling for weeks finally wiggled out! The tooth fairy was coming & she claimed it the best day ever!
Then Abe insisted that he lost his tooth as well…….hmmmm
I don’t see a tooth, do you?

gallivan center moench family party

23 Dec
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cutest tweens on the block
Grandma & Bobbles
kate, jane, esmae & naomi train
michelle & isaac
ice break
lys + bud
michelle & coyote kim (she takes after our g-ma)
yes unfortunately they make skates that small….
the race is on…
Thanks to Grandma & Grandpa for another awesome skating party. They rent the whole ring out just for their posterity. We fill the rink & fun is had by all! 

preventative measures II

20 Dec
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I did this piece for Josh for his Birthday.  It’s larger 20×24 I think. Perfect for a mediation office right??
I secretly want it- I think it is my most favorite that I have done so far.
I love how it can be interpreted in so many different ways.  It was inspired by Sarah Sample’s song one mistake, love that song…

update: sold out

17 Dec
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Just wanted everyone to know (especially if you check my blog) that 
I only have one left of these prints & then it will be gone, retired!
Per my limited edition policy…
So when it is gone it’s gone!  You can find the last one in my etsy shop.
(thanks to a feature on nienie, that girl has some serious internet power!)

visited

13 Dec
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chubby faces & ornaments

07 Dec
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they tire quickly…..

park city & the first snow

22 Nov
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I went up to Park City to shoot some images to work from & get a better feel for the show.
I was trying to capture Park City in a different way but still wanted it to be recognizable.
These were some of my favorite shots, we will see what happens translated in paper….
obligatory barn
 I will for sure implement more snow & probably head up again to capture more wintery scenes.
This is probably round one of several….
Mean while back on the King farm…..
(okay we don’t live on a farm, more like an over crowded suburb- 
but it was once a beautiful farm & is still lovely)
we enjoyed the first snow, the sun came out for a few minutes
as it was setting & the light was amazing.

refreshing

19 Nov
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I had so much fun drawing these for a client. Creating something with one line has me so intrigued.  Obviously I love things simplified…. I will finish these off with some watercolor stains.
It doesn’t hurt that the kids are really adorable, either……..

retro sunday

15 Nov
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Coco (Josh’s Mom) gave us a gold mine of vintage clothes that Josh wore when he was little.  The kids loved wearing “Dad’s shirts” to church.  I love vintage clothes & I especially love it when there is a family sentiment tied to it.  I am having an artist friend paint a still life of a dress that was my G-ma’s that I wear now.  I am so excited to get it.  When I think of how we mark time with events- I like to reminisce about the food & the fashion. After all it was Coco Chanel who said
“Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening.”
So true Coco, so true….

missionary commission; 2 by 2

14 Nov
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knock, knock, knocking on heavens door……
I hope this will inspire young men to serve & make the Mom’s
of those young men smile when they look at it.
What church loving Mother wouldn’t love to see this on her son’s wall,
right next to a Taylor Swift poster perhaps?
That’s what I’m talking ’bout, I have Abe’s room all planned out
for those teenage years.  We just need another Taylor Swift to come along.
This lovely version in a giclee print will be available at the
one and only Beehive Bazaar this December for purchase,
or you can just tell me if you want one.
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