the occurrence and development of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way:
a fortunate stroke of serendipity | a series of small serendipities.
When you work in art and design, refueling is a vital part of reconnecting with good ideas and new inspiration. I have discovered over the years that attending art inspired events such as the Farm Chicks Show in Spokane can open you up to the chance to discover new ideas about design, color, inspiration, and art.
|Home is with You|
Love it. Love it. Love it.
Every time I look at one of the prints I purchased I see another detail I never noticed before. Each piece has a title and really, that was half the fun looking for a title that spoke to me or for the person I was going to give it to.
|The Grand Reach|
I knew an original was out of the question considering what I had already spent getting to the show and had already purchased that morning. So I settled for a print, which in the end, wasn't really settling at all since I got exactly what I wanted and was able to purchase more than one (okay, four to be exact).
|The Secret to Happiness|
Cori also sells the white mats that fit her prints here. If you purchase a mat she will add the title and signature. It just finishes it off and you will be ready to pop it into a 12 x 12" or 11 x 14" frame.
Here is the same print in a frame I picked up from Target for $12.99.
It has found a home on a wall in my bedroom. Just a quite little reminder to my husband.
What holds you up (a gift for a new mother)
The Gatherer (this one spoke to me - for obvious reasons)
There is also an interesting short article on Cori's working life as an illustrator as well as more examples of her artwork on the web site "Do What You Love".
You can read it here.
ps) if you buy one of Cori's prints, I would love to know which one you get!