Hi. My name is Carrie. I have been drawing since I was little. By the 4th grade I was selling sketches. Throughout highschool I did murals, sketches and commissioned works. For eight of my grown up years I owned a rubber stamp company with over 1500+ of my own images. These days I am focusing on fine arts for show and sale. I have created this blog as a venue to yack about all the fun stuff I am doing~ artisticly speeking. I've posted tons of stuff I have done over the years. For a gallery and listing of prints and services please visit my web site at http://www.fineartbycarrie.com/ . For an ever changing Live list of original art, cards, prints, magnets, book marks, earings, ornaments, Bahai items and so much more please visit my Etsy shop @ www.awesomeartstamps.etsy.com .You can contact me at email@example.com. Yes~ I do custom work :)Stay a while and Enjoy!
From the moment of conception He has given me an infinite canvas. A canvas to sketch an intricate pattern of my life. He has endowed me with the tools to errect such a picture of magnificent beauty by blending the colors of my soul. With this canvas I will paint with exquiset detail untill my soul comes together with my Creator. I intend to waste no space on my canvas. I will produce the most vivid stars as a symbol of my brothers and sisters. The moon I will draw to represent my father, the guiding light who teaches me by his example. My mother who gave me my life light will be shown as the beaming sun who nutures unselfishly. Because I am the perfect creator of this canvas. I know that my life is but limited on this earth. When that exillerating day comes for me to depart my casing I will have left behind an artistic masterpiece that can never be uncreated and will be cherished by my liniage forever. The most profound gift is not life but the knowledge to understand life. The greatest gift that He has given me is my spirit. A spirit that is of Him. A spirit that will rejoice and extacy when it finally knows the unknowable. -Author unknown
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