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Coffee Mug – Faith Theme – Pray Without Ceasing


  Illustrations by Muse Pray Without Ceasing Faith Coffee Mug 1 Thessalonians 5:17 Easily move the design to any clothing style girl’s or women’s; or any zazzle product, simply adjust position and sizing …. Add a name using the customizing tool or leave blank… makes an excellent gift presentation; or keeping it for yourself works too! Style: Classic Mug Give a made-to-order mug from Zazzle to someone special, or treat yourself to a design that brings you joy or makes […]

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The Little Sprout – Poetry Book for Children


 The Little Sprout The fairy tale begins deep in the magic woodland. The story unfolds in poetic form as The Little Sprout tries to find his path in life. What will he decide to do? What will he become? What would you do,  if you were a sprout?  Fully colorized, featuring art by Muse. Rated 5 out of 5 The Little Sprout Amazon (Sprout Tale) The Little Sprout Amazon (coloring primer) The Little Sprout Barnes and Noble

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Craft Fairs and Covid

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Due to the restrictions imposed from Covid, the ability to share the Studio’s art has been profoundly impacted in 2020. Hopefully, prayerfully, 2021 will see significant changes for the better! Let’s look at Craft Fairs in West Virginia ~ with renewed optimism :) See you soon! APRIL 22 – 25, 2021 SPRING MOUNTAIN FESTIVAL City of Petersburg Park, Petersburg, WV Bird of Spring | Illustration | Wall Art by PoeticPastries   APRIL 24 – 25, 2021 FLIP FLOP FESTIVAL Harpers Ferry Festival […]

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My Thoughts – Edward Hopper Review

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As New York bubbled with the hustle and bustle of 1939 underlying currents of national and world politics (as well as financial) were flowing. Today’s art selection is a renown work by Edward Hopper, an American realist painter. I believe much is said in this piece … a female usher, stands poised for her call to duty; a feminine figure cloaked in cinematic uniform ~ obviously enveloped in personal thoughts, she, like America are caught in the inter-war period … […]

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