Building a Creatively Made Business LIVE Workshop | We Are Giving Away ONE Spot!

 

 

THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED

The winner of the one spot to my Building a Creatively Made Business LIVE workshop is…

Melinda Dennis

When I was little I dreamed of being a singer. I was raised in a house always always swirling with song. I’d dress up with my older sister, so carefully put the album on the record player and twirl my mother’s scarf in a circle singing to Johnny Cash’s Ring of Fire. Over and over and over. We were fearless. And loud!

Melinda, please email us at contact@jeanneoliver.com and we will get you all of the details. Congratulations!

Thank you to everyone that shared about the giveaway and workshop. If you have any questions about the workshop or if you would like to set up payment plans please email us at contact@jeanneoliver.com. It will be an incredible weekend together as I share how we grew our business and how you can grow yours too.

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This has been an incredible launch so far! THANK YOU! Thank you for helping us make it better, thank you for sharing, thank you for your beautiful private messages, thank you for being the reason we made it in the first place!

We wanted to do one last giveaway and it is for one spot in our upcoming Building a Creatively Made Busines Live Workshop in our studio!  This spot is worth $1295.

This workshop is for the dreamer, the business builder or the person that needs fresh inspiration in their current business.

Come and read all about it…

We have built our creative business over the past 10 years. We started with a small Etsy shop, manufactured our own soft goods for many years, created an online network with art + lifestyle workshops (wait until you see our new site launching next month!), sell original art + prints, a keynote speaker at large business and women’s workshops around the US, teach live art workshops in the US and abroad, collaborate with artists from all over the world and I just finished writing my first art book for North Light Books that will be released spring/summer 2018. It has been a crazy, hard and beautiful journey so far.

As a business consultant the past three years I have been able to help other creatives get their ideas off the ground, fine-tune an existing business or coach how to take their business to the next level. With our whole heart, we believe it is time to expand this part of our business to work beside more creatives as they building their own Creatively Made Business!

Registration is open for our first ever LIVE business workshop. The business workshop will be held in our studio in gorgeous Castle Rock, CO | March 22-24, 2018.

If you are looking for direction with your next idea, a kick in the pants to start or to have fresh inspiration breathed into your current business I hope you will join me a for a workshop that is all about connecting with your gifts, building your brand, launching it out into the world and nurturing what you have created.

 

Thank you for the honor of standing beside you as you nurture your creative life! If you have any questions please email me at contact@jeanneoliver.com. Payment plans are also available. Please email us if you would like us to set something up for you!

 

 

To enter the giveaway just leave a comment on THIS POST telling us what you wanted to be when you were little. I wanted to be an archeologist, writer, singer and artist. Now it is your turn…

For additional chances to win:

* Share the workshop and giveaway on Facebook by sharing this post.

* Share this giveaway on Instagram, tag a friend that would love this workshop and tag @jeanneoliver #buildingacreativelymadebusiness

* Follow us on Facebook

* Follow us on Instagram

* Blog about the workshop

* Pin the workshop to Pinterest

Each time you do one of the above just come back here and let us know.

This giveaway will close on December 5, 2017 at 10pm MST.

The winner will be announced on December 5, 2017 at 10pm MST.

 

Comments

  1. MJ

    When I was a little girl, I told everyone I would grow up and become my father’s secretary!! I would like to win this workshop to help my brother (who now takes care of my 87 year old Daddy) sell his wonderful art and get his creatively made business going.

    1. Michelle Detering

      When I was a little girl I wanted to be a horse! It took me many years of tears to realize that this was not possible! Now I’m an artist instead! 🙂 I am following you on Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest and just tagged the workshop!
      Thank you!

  2. Jodene Shaw

    The first thing I wanted to be when I grew up was a nurse because I adored my Aunt Marlene who was a nurse. When I grew up, I learned that nursing activities made me faint. My Aunt Kay was an artist… I found myself more suited to art than health care…

  3. Jenny Nielson

    When I was little even a grown up I wanted to be Wonder Women. People would ask me and that is what I said!! I found out that I had to have a real career;) I really wanted to go to art school but I didn’t think that was a real job so I went to hair school. I never really liked doing hair but I did it anyway. Now I am teaching art in my home and I love it!!

  4. Jeanie Dickinson

    When I was little I wanted to grow up to be nice and be a mom. I have always wanted to create.

  5. ruth ann siegler

    When I was a little girl I wanted to be a teacher, a farmer, an artist….one who dreamed of life. I became an art teacher and still own the family farm! My grandmother was my inspiration-she became a teacher in 1907 when women were definitely not pursuing a career.

  6. Angela Meeks

    My first choice was to be an Ice Cream Truck driver. I designed my own truck and the exact flavors I would carry with prices and the route I would take. As I got older I wanted to be Debbie Gibson or Madonna and I would record myself singing all the time. Then I wanted to be a Doctor or Private Investigator and lastly I just wanted to be a mom. I never imagined myself having my own little art business and even now I’m not quite sure what to do with it.

  7. nelsonbk8@yahoo.com

    As a child, I wanted to be a psychologist, a dancer, and a singer. I wanted to own a dance school, perform on broadway and teach psychology at a university in my spare time 🙂

  8. Sheila Earhart

    I wanted to be a writer. I got a “typewriter” for Christmas in third grade. It was my prized possession. Jeanne, I’m so happy as proud for you! You’re one of the very finest women I know. Love & Prayers for where you are now & for your journey ahead! In so many ways friend, you are actually doing things that I had always wanted to do, do I live vicariously through you! (Boy do I need this class)! Always, Sheila

  9. Shannon Jones

    When I was young I wanted to be an interior decorator. Still kinda want to be….

  10. Loretta

    When I was little I wanted to become a singer and a dancer. I later ended up working in a hospital on the other side of the world as an interpreter. I still like to sing (in the shower), and dance when no one is watching!

  11. Sandra Woods

    When I was little I wanted to be a ballerina or a painter…I did do ballet for a short time but became uninterested quickly and started taking art classes, I took every art class high school had to offer and then in college continued fine art but majored in graphic design, When the print industry took a dive, I continued with fine art and have been enjoying it ever since…making a business out of it on the other hand has been a struggle.

  12. Lisbeth

    I remember wanting to be an architect because I loved drawing and math. At one point I wanted to be a airplane stewardess, or a gardener or maybe a hairdresser or …. oh ideas have always been so abundant!

  13. Shay

    I wanted to be a Solid Gold dancer and a mom. I still kinda want to be a Solid Gold Dancer 🙂 and I am a mom!

  14. Kimberly Baxter Packwood

    I wanted to be a writer, an artist, a pilot, and a hermit. I wanted to live so deep in the bush that I would have to fly in and out of a place known only as paradise! I longed to capture the likeness of the plants, birds, and everything around me. Now I’m living part of this dream, I am a writer and an artist! I do, however, struggle with the business end of things and would love to learn new ways to grow my online business.

  15. Karen Filos

    I wanted to be a dancer and a painter!
    I would wake up Saturday mornings sketching faces and anything I could look at on the walls. In elementary school I obsessively drew in my classes pictures of horses and Garfield the cat. Yikes..
    I always loved to dance and when I got married my husband stepped up his game and took dance with me.. he knew it was a passion of mine. Dreams of performing arts School and sketching for fashion design were my goals.
    Having to live on my own at Young age led to having to skip college and pursue being as hairstylist and makeup artist.
    I still get a lot of satisfaction through creating and marking people happy!!
    I look forward to seeing where my daughters passions for art take her in her business and college!

  16. Karen Filos

    I wanted to be a dancer and a painter!
    I would wake up Saturday mornings sketching faces and anything I could look at on the walls. In elementary school I obsessively drew in my classes pictures of horses and Garfield the cat. Yikes..
    I always loved to dance and when I got married my husband stepped up his game and took dance with me.. he knew it was a passion of mine. Dreams of performing arts School and sketching for fashion design were my goals.
    Having to live on my own at Young age led to having to skip college and pursue being as hairstylist and makeup artist.
    I still get a lot of satisfaction through creating and marking people happy!!
    I look forward to seeing where my daughter Isabella’s passions for art take her in her business and college!

  17. Lisa Bramhill

    Thinking about what I wanted to be when I was little makes me smile. I wanted to be a hairdresser (now you can laugh bc I have some crazy untamable hair), a veterinarian, an ice skater and swimmer.

  18. Shannon

    When I was 8 I wanted to be a pro tennis player, in college I wanted to be an interior designer- needless to say I have been neither- but the best job ever is being a mother!
    Now I’m ready to be the next thing God has for me.

  19. Christy Kenyon

    I wanted to live in New York and be a writer, an author of children’s books, a lawyer, something in the fashion world at one point, and an actress.

  20. Carmen Leigh

    When I was a little girl I wanted to be an artist, always! I was determined to be a success and said I would NEVER be a stay at home mom or housewife! Guess what? My greatest joy has been being the mom to two beautiful young men and staying at home. My dad always told me, “Never say Never!”

  21. Lisa

    I wanted to be a mom and veterinarian. I was in vet school when I became a mom….🙂

  22. Kristin Collier

    I wanted to be an interior designer, and created a dream home for my friends and I to live in once we were grown up!

    I also wanted to be an artist, a mom, and someone famous 😀.

    Would love to win this!!

  23. Debra Bolves

    I wanted to be a Rockette or a Stewardess. They both seemed glamorous! 💃🏼

  24. Carol bracey

    When I was a young girl I wanted to buy a large farm in the country take in all of the children in the orphanages and all of the animals in the pound and give them to the children to care for. I would teach them to bake and find their inner creative self.

  25. Elaine Mundt

    I’m not sure I really had one thing that I was set on as a kid. I did think scientists were cool, and that’s sort of the career path I took, although have now moved to Compliance. However, ever since childhood I have loved creating and dreaming and baking, which all flowed into cake decorating. I didn’t realize it could be a career, but I’ve done it since I was a pre-teen. Now I’ve officially started a small business, as of May, with your help and inspiration, Jeanne!

  26. Lisa Norvell

    As a child I was always drawing and making things, I wanted to be an artist. Still always pursuing that dream, not sure how to make it into a business.

  27. Kimberly D.

    I always wanted to be a singer like Dolly Parton or Tanya Tucker! I would strum my little guitar and sing to the top of my lungs, “Delta Dawn or Jolene.” Good memories!

  28. pollyjanos@hotmail.com

    You know, I’ve always wanted to be an artist. Unfortunately, I didn’t listen to my dream until about 8 years ago. Better late than never, right? I am thrilled for the new adventure in your life. I follow you on Instagram and Facebook and will most definitely share this on Facebook as well

  29. Mary W

    When I was young I wanted to write, was always making up stories and poems, I fell into art with by taking class on a whim and couldn’t believe how much I loved it. I would love to win this class to help me create the business I feel I am supposed to. Thank you so very much Jeanne for the opportunity!

  30. Tamar

    When I was a little girl I wanted to be a princess with the puffy dresses, then a pilot 😃

  31. Tami Howse

    I always wanted to be s nurse. I became a nurse. I didn’t realize my creativity until my girls went to college. Love your generous giveaways! Fondly, Tami

  32. Beverly Victory

    Haven’t been able to stop thinking about this class – what a blessing it would be to learn directly from you.

  33. Sheila Rumney

    I wanted to be a veterinarian, but found out quickly that blood wasn’t my thing. Thanks for chance and an incredible opportunity! Tagged a friend on IG

  34. Elizabeth Cecchettini

    When I was little, I wanted to be a nurse (until I learned it involved “icky” stuff), a teacher (until I learned there were students like me) and later an archeologist. (until I learned I’d have to take more science classes.)

  35. Jeanie Dickinson

    I have to say i already follow you everywhere (promise i am Not a stocker just a fan) and try to always share your goodness….

  36. Valeri McCarthy

    I shared this post on Facebook, but I wanted to write a comment here as well. When I was 6 years old I wanted to Wonder Woman so I’d grab the aluminum foil out of the kitchen to make my magic bracelets, put on my gymnastics uniform, and pull on my boots and voila- instant transformation with superpowers! 😁

  37. Kamala Raab

    I wanted to be a fashion designer and an artist when I grew up. I loved to sew and draw at a very young age. My first drawing was a detailed pencil drawing of an angel.

  38. Lois Stoneking

    Hmmmm! I mostly wanted to be an author! I loved to read so I figured I would love to write!!!!

  39. Alisha Gratehouse

    When I was a little girl I wanted to be a mama, a singer and an artist. Today, I’m a mom of three, a praise team singer, and finally, I’m beginning to create an income as an artist! It’s beautiful how God puts dreams in our hearts from an early age & if we’ll just stay on the path He’s laid out for us, we’ll eventually walk out those dreams.

  40. Sandy in Ohio

    I wanted to be a ballerina!
    Followed on FB and Instagram.
    Shared on FB
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  41. Sheila Rumney

    Shared on Pinterest, Facebook and IG. Thank you for the amazing giveaway!

  42. Shannon

    I told my mom I wanted to be a nurse and eat in restaurants every night so I wouldn’t have to do dishes.

  43. Julie Kittredge

    I believe so much in the heart of a child and the window it provides into the possibility of their future careers. I wanted to be an artist all my life. And feel like I’m just now starting to walk in that longing!

  44. Carla Stout

    The very first thing I remember wanting to be when I was little was a waitress!

  45. Diana

    when I was little I wanted to grow up to be a cowgirl… glad that did not happen!

  46. Chatti

    I truly wanted to be a ballerina and dreamt of dancing in The Nutcracker. Then I wanted to be a children’s book writer and illustrator. The first, I’ve abandoned but the second I think can still come true.

    I also follow you on Facebook and Instagram and pinned the post to Pinterest.

  47. Nancy Hansen

    When I was little, I wanted to be an artist. I am an artist, but I need help with the business/branding side of it! I love teaching young people that they are artists too!
    See: The Hansen Art Studio
    On Facebook

  48. Lee Ann Garrett

    What a gift! And to meet you in person! When I was little I wanted to be a tap dancer, an artist and do commercials. (Ha I would lock myself in the bathroom and do commercials selling soap in the mirror.. )

  49. Rochelle

    When I was little I wanted to be like my grandma. She was fearless when it came to decorating or art – always ahead of her time and outside of the box with her creativity. I’d like to think I am a lot like her – I’ve always gone full steam ahead with my ideas in the same way. I think I got the art bug from her!

  50. Marcia Wilson Holliway

    When I was a little girl I wanted to be a Key West Artist. My Mo’s best friend Maxine was one. She would take me on walks on the beach to find driftwood to paint on. She even did a Plein air painting of me while I sat on the beach. She was my hero!

  51. Kathy

    When I was a little girl, I wanted to be an artist. My first piece of artwork was published in the local newspaper when I was seven years old because I won the art contest in our town. Life didn’t go as planned but now, after raising my family, I have left corporate America to do my art. I just published my first book on Hand Lettering for Soho Publishing but I know that my journey as an artist is just beginning. I would love to be a part of this class! xox

  52. Tonya Jolley

    I am starting my beautiful business on January 1st because of your inspiring words at Brave Girl Symposium. You said use your gifts and start. So I am doing just that…….
    Tonya

  53. Heather Williams

    When I was a child, I wanted to be an artist & a mom. I spent many hours creating in some form…drawing, painting, crocheting, clay & photography. Thankfully, I’m blessed to be both, a mom & an artist. 🙂

    Many thanks & so much gratitude for this generous & beautiful opportunity. ❤️

  54. Debra

    I actually never voiced “when I grow up I wanna be…..”however, I did enjoy office supplies, staplers, and playing store!

  55. Beth Corso

    The Nancy Drew books were my favorite when I was a little girl and I wanted to be a detective when I grew up. Well, I got married to a man who was habitually unfaithful, stole 5 million dollars from his clients and committed bigamy by marrying another woman without obtaining a prior divorce from me. And one day after I spent hours googling my then x in an effort to try to piece together events, dates and money I realized that I had after all realized my childhood dream of becoming a detective.

  56. Theresa

    I wanted to be a singer and actress. By the time I was in middle school I wanted to be an Interior Designer but still had dreams of singing, lol.

  57. Michelle Jones

    I was a kid who wanted to do ALL THE CREATIVE THINGS! I wanted to especially be a writer and an artist, but somehow I grew up thinking that neither was ‘practical’ and therefore not a possibility for me. It took a whole lifetime, but I’m finally taking it seriously.
    Pinning on Pinterest, too!

  58. Karen Kay

    I wanted to be a teacher, and a salesperson (for real), and a writer of stories, songs and poems. But most of all, I wanted to be a dreamer- at the time I didn’t realize that wasn’t an actual occupation- because I wanted a job where I didn’t have to grow up. Ever. Hey, it was a good plan. Until I grew up. My dad was an artist, who instilled an entrepreneurial spirit in me, and my mom gave me a love of craft and working with my hands. And now, I am ready to begin a business ad-venture and would love the opportunity to glean from your wisdom. And to return to my beloved Colorado would be icing on the cake.

  59. Lynda

    I giggled when I saw the first thing in your list – archaeologist – because that is exactly what I wanted to be when I was in 4th grade and we went on a fossil-hunting field trip. As I got a little older I saw France in my future, and I decided I could be an archaeologist in France. Why not? Oh, and a ballerina, of course.

  60. Lynda

    Facebook – follow (already) and shared workshop
    Pinterest – followed and pinned
    Instagram – followed and liked

    Thank you for so many opportunities!

  61. Lisa Kindermann

    I wanted to be a vet. I had a gazillion stuffed animals, but then I realized you got to do yucky stuff as a vet. Ha. Also wanted to be a teacher and was an art teacher for 6 years. 😘

  62. Carolyn

    I wanted to be a veterinarian, until we had to put our aging dog to sleep and realized that I couldn’t hack the job.

  63. Teresea

    I wanted to be a jockey, a shop owner, an opera singer, an artist, a teacher, the boss.

  64. Ann

    Wanted to be a pilot and a rock star. The rock star part worked out for a few years, then I got my act together finished college and became a graphic artist for 15 years, then unexpectedly became a homeschooling mom. This course looks like the perfect way to get started on my next adventure.

  65. Denise

    As a young girl, I wanted to be free… free from the pressures of negativity, despair, and abuse. Looking up to the sky took me away and allowed me to imagine. Then as I graduated I wanted to become an interior designer. I started on that journey and then realized how many young people I saw who wanted to be free…just like me when I was young. I became a teacher and made spaces for students to create and express themselves through art, writing, and speaking. I still enjoy looking at the sky, watching the clouds change formations, and have dedicated time to create more than I ever have on a regular basis. So when you ask what did I want to be when I grew up, I have to say that I still ask myself that question everyday…”What do I want to be when I grow up?” This means there is still time to begin new and step into adventure.

    Jeanne Oliver, thank you for being an inspiration to me and my art. Sometimes when the to do list gets to long to actual create, I will play one of the art courses and be inspired. Many blessings to you for what you do for so many artists, creators, dreamers, explorers.

  66. nicki

    When I was little, I told my parents I was going to stay single my whole life, be a missionary, and come back and take care of them in their old age :). Would relish an opportunity to visit your studio!

  67. Heather Thompson

    When I was a little girl I wanted to be an actress, even tried for a while. Then a writer, I still write. Always something creative. Now I embroider and sometimes paint and art quilt. I’d love to figure out a way to make this my work. I’m tired of working for someone else’s dream; especially when it doesn’t align with me personally. (darn bills need to be paid) I want to collaborate with other artists and grow a business. This would be fantastic for me because I feel rather lost.

  68. Katie Harley

    When I was little I thought I wanted to be either a lawyer or a dancer! I think about this a lot and I also remember that the thing I enjoyed doing the most was drawing and lettering my name with magic markers. I didn’t end up pursuing any of those professions. Now I am in my 40’s and I have rediscovered my love for drawing and creating. I am currently working towards expanding a small business that I started this past year. I would love to win this course for a chance to meet and talk with Jeanne.

  69. Jill Pulver

    When I was a girl, I wanted to be an archeologist too – I was intrigued by dinosaurs and mummies! I also wanted to be a detective and dressed up as this character every Halloween for a few years. Most of my play revolved around Interior Design or teaching though and these two passions still feel like the real me. Most of all, I wanted to be a mom – and I am!

  70. Amy Jupin

    A school teacher. Or an ice skater. In a way, as a mom of five, seems like both have come true!

  71. Shaye sedberry

    When I was little I wanted to be a fashion designer! My Nana had the giant pattern books from McCall’s and Butterwick . I’d cut out the clothes and create people to wear these amazing creations . Kinda like homemade paper dolls. Ohhh yeah, I also wanted to be a Gypsy …. but I think that was all about the cool outfit 💜

  72. Melinda Dennis

    When I was little I dreamed of being a singer. I was raised in a house always always swirling with song. I’d dress up with my older sister, so carefully put the album on the record player and twirl my mother’s scarf in a circle singing to Johnny Cash’s Ring of Fire. Over and over and over. We were fearless. And loud!

  73. Candy Rosenberg

    I have wanted to be an artist my entire life. When I was 12 years old, I did yard work to buy a hammer, a screwdriver and some wood. I would sit on the porch and put the screwdriver to the wood and hammer it to chizzle out images because I got yelled at for how much paper I used and “wasted.” So i found something else to do. The one particular night that I did this, I lived in Wyoming and we just moved there and into a brand new mobile home that had not even been tied down yet. (we were nomads) My mom headed to the store and while she was gone a tornado warning came over the television. I stopped hammering and went inside as it was getting dark and windy. As I stepped into the house, one end came up in the air about 5 feet, then slammed down. The other side did the same thing. I was tossled about in the house…this went on for 20 minutes. When it stopped I had managed to ride the bed in my moms room and still had the hammer, screwdriver and piece of wood in my hand. I was not letting that go. Its kind of funny to think about now. I am now a real artist, but I am in such a perfect place for this course…its time to put myself out there. Thank you for the opportunity.

  74. Deborah Todd

    When I was a little girl I wanted to be a singer (Hint: never wear earphones to sing…..) My Dad was forever yelling for me to turn the music down! I too wanted to be an Archeologist but was told that I’d never make any money digging up old bones. Yes, I also wanted to be an Artist…..and still do!

  75. Diane Lanford

    I wanted to be a nurse. I am a nurse and have loved my journey. Not only have I grown as a person but experienced great patients and lessons.
    Di

  76. Jennifer Holden

    When I was a girl, I wanted to be an artist and a ballerina. Love your site!

  77. Alissa

    When I was a little girl I want to be an astronaut and an artist. The artist part is working out, and I still love looking at the stars! And thank you for such a generous giveaway!

  78. Tammy Grieder

    I wanted to be a mom…but I used to spend hours shaving crayons and picking flower petals and arranging shapes and colors. I couldn’t read enough biographies and thought I would interview people some day .I was fascinated with other people’s stories.

  79. nicki

    When I was little, I told my parents I was going to stay single my whole life, be a missionary, and come back and take care of them in their old age :). Would relish an opportunity to visit your studio!

  80. Sherri

    When I was little I always wanted to be a mom. My little brother was 7 years younger than me so I was his second mom. My father was an artist, I never really had much interest in being an artist until I was an adult. I started making jewelry then stumbled across mixed media art!!! Guess it was destiny!!

  81. Irene Eaves

    Well I caught this just in time. I was looking for the perfect lifting up experience for the next chapter in my life. Anyone who makes a charcol bag that both her and her son loves…..well you are my people. When I was young I wanted to be an artist and pilot….nope neither …became a teacher …and an artist at 55…now I am 58….time to rock it out…love to you ….

  82. Cheryl Fowler

    I wanted to be an artist, a singer, a writer, a mom, and a figure skater. I also shared on my Facebook page.

  83. Amy Barnhart

    Hi Jeanne! When I was little I wanted to be a missionary. and a mom. One came true so far. 🙂

  84. Amy Barnhart

    I follow you on Instagram 🙂 This would be such a wonderful gift – I want to come out to a class at your studio someday!

  85. Carisa

    I always wanted to be a mom or a teacher and now I homeschool my kiddos. I also wanted to be a musician but that didn’t happen. I would love love love to win a spot. It has been my prayer for a long time, now more than ever, to create a business with my husband and family. It is my longing and dream somehow to make this a reality. I love what you are doing and seeing how you have followed your own dreams! Thank you for sharing that with others.

  86. Glenna Lundberg

    I wanted to be an architect. Ended up going a different way but getting back to those arty roots now! Yay! Thanks for such a wonderful giveaway – perfect!

  87. Glenna Lundberg

    I wanted to be an architect. Ended up going a different way but getting back to those arty roots now! Yay! Thanks for such a wonderful giveaway – perfect!

  88. Glenna Lundberg

    I wanted to be an architect. Ended up going a different way but getting back to those arty roots now! Yay! Thanks for such a wonderful giveaway – perfect!

  89. Kate butler

    Always wanted to be an archaeologist or a geologist. Use mixed media n plaster n encaustic now to achieve this. Would LOVE to win this

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