Drawing of representative John Lewis

“Never, ever be afraid to make some noise and get in good trouble, necessary trouble.” ~ John Lewis I was taught to not get in trouble. A chronic people pleaser for many years. My teens were spent running at full speed between friends, sports, school. Doing my best, behaving, not making trouble. My 20’s were…

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spine art

Set the mood in your clinic from the moment people set foot in your chiropractic practice using art.  Before a word is spoken, the art on your walls combined with the overall feel of your space will speak volumes to your clients. Make sure it’s sending the message you want. I have curated several styles…

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cardinal original artwork

Every year, Pantone announces a color of the year.  This is a color that has been gaining popularity and they estimate will see a boom in the design and decor worlds. The 2019 color is Living Coral.  Pantone’s description of this color is: An animating and life-affirming coral hue with a golden undertone that energizes and…

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baby portrait by Noelle Rollins Art

Baby boy portrait artwork from Noelle Rollins Art This sweet little boy has the cutest dark hair and eyebrows, I just loved painting his cute little face.  This is an example where the photo I worked from didn’t show his hair color accurately so I was so glad to have a variety of photos and…

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portrait painting of dad.

See this portrait I painted unfold in a time lapse video. My favorite part of this portrait was the beard, I love challenging myself and learning new techniques.  So often portraits are thought of as for kids, babies, families; but I love the idea of a portrait of Dad.   I loved getting to paint the…

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Painting of mom face from Noelle Rollins Art

I always think it’s fun to watch videos of a portrait painting unfold. The way it starts out with color blocking and looking nothing like what it will end up like. Then the features slowly reveal themselves bit by bit.  I set up my time lapse camera and let it record as I spent a…

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I came across these photos yesterday of these murals that I painted about 15 years ago in my parents house.  My mom had been wanting something with this Tuscan feel and when Skylar was a baby there was a time that we lived with them so I painted these murals kind of as my rent…

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equine art horses running family of horses

I am in awe sometimes of the moments in life I get to be a part of. This new painting was so special to me. It’s a larger piece, 6ft wide and 3 feet tall. It features 7 clydesdales and is full of meaning.   I’ve created a video to show the the story and…

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We all have them.  Little momentos in drawers, jewelry boxes, shelves.  For us they were sitting collecting dust and rarely looked at, shoved out of the way and not part of our daily visual. When we moved into our house there was still a post from an old deck that had been torn down.  For…

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Have you ever asked an artist to create something perfect for you? It can sound intimidating, and truthfully some artists won’t do it.  But me, I love them.   I love seeing the ideas my clients come up with.  They are inspired by something they’ve seen, another piece of mine that they need a bit…

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