It’s the most wonderful time of the year: Happy Thanksgiving, Merry Christmas, and Happy Holidays everyone! No matter what holiday you celebrate, I think we can all agree that now is the perfect time to take stock of what we have to be grateful for. If you’ve followed along with the twists and turns of my life lately, you might remember my recent move to Missouri. Onto some more exciting news: I’m moving again! I’m hoping to find a new place in Springfield, where I’ll be closer to all the fantastic artistic opportunities downtown. Regardless of where I end up, I’m excited to see where the journey takes me.
I have to admit that it’s tough to keep up with creating when it feels like half my art is still packed up or living around town in different exhibitions or opportunities. However, I’ve been working on creating some new pieces to share with all of you. You can find brand new holiday art on my Etsy and my website, just in time to order a gift for a loved one!
As a treat for my local friends, I’ll also have plenty of wintery holiday art for sale at my booth inside of Relics Antique Mall located in Springfield, MO. The opportunities for finding something you love are endless at Relics, and it’s the perfect place to pick out gifts for everyone around you. You can find me at 205 W. Battlefield, Springfield, MO at Booth R-10, and we’ll put together a gift that will impress even the most stubborn of shoppers.
As autumn leaves fall and leave the trees empty, I’m finding inspiration in everything around me. The landscape in Missouri is so different from my time in Las Vegas, and every corner is full of something new to see.
No matter how you choose to spend your holiday, I hope you find some comfort in The Healing Tree Studio family that we have built together. I plan on spending some of my holiday time volunteering and giving back to the elderly and homeless communities in Springfield. Keep up with these special times and The Healing Tree Studio by signing up for my Artist Insights Newsletter!
Let’s keep ourselves centered, happy, and at peace as we move into the holiday season. Regardless of how you decide to spend it, make sure that you celebrate yourself by finding gratitude and light inward. Until next time, tree-friends.