Over the last decade, I’ve dedicated countless hours to creating art that can be cherished by your family for years to come. Now, with the introduction of Liz by Design Photography’s Organics Collection, you can own high-end, museum quality prints that display some of the most beautiful and frame-worthy aspects of nature. When you purchase a piece from the Organics Collection, you’re investing in high-quality nature photographs that will not only be a statement piece in your home but will be treasured beyond our lifetime.
My intention for the Liz by Design Organics Collection is to allow my patrons to own unique, heirloom pieces of art which can be displayed proudly and passed down between generations. Each piece of wall art from the Organics Collection is museum-quality, professionally framed, and one-of-a-kind.
The fine art of Miles Davis spans an array of subject matter from spiritual figurative to politics, funky florals, and whimsical illustrations. His paintings borrow aesthetics from mass media, calling back to his generation’s culture of comic books and video games. The subject matter often portrays the contradictory impulses of people’s moral compasses and animal instincts, whether happy, remorseful, or brutal. Due to the diverse scope of emotion and transcendental qualities available in his pieces, Miles’s work has connected and resonated with a wide audience. In the end, he hopes the viewer can take from the work a sense of the universal human condition and possibly look inside themselves and evaluate their own spiritual sensitivities.
The artwork of Miles Davis has been embraced by thousands of people, worldwide. His paintings are included in corporate and private collections throughout the United States. Amid exhibiting in various local and regional galleries and shops, Miles also teaches art classes and private lessons to children and adults and is creator of the highly anticipated children’s books series Butterpup & friends™. Miles resides in Smyrna with his wife Merissa and their vivacious puppy Pica.
Located in Acworth GA, Becky Edwards has turned her passion for baking into a business.
Mrs. Edwards Bakery is a cottage kitchen bakery recently established in 2020. She has been baking for almost 30 years and brings her rustic comfort style to everything she bakes. From Cookies to candies, to custom cakes, or gourmet brownies, she can customize just about any special orders.
Becky is also able to create special occasion cakes for birthdays, graduations, baby showers, and weddings as well.
She’s already been featured in “Voyage ATL” for Mrs. Edwards Bakery.
Custom orders are her specialty and would love to make something special for you. She can be contacted through email at Becky@mrsedwardsbakery.com or you can view her website at http://www.mrsedwardsbakery.com You can also find her on Facebook and follow her on Instagram.
Becca McCoy is a multi-disciplinary artist and one half of Leafmore Studios – formed in 2022 with her partner, artist Justin Groom.
Becca exhibits in photography and painting. Her primary medium is photography and she specializes in nature and travel. Her photo travelogue, THE YEAR OF EXTRAORDINARY TRAVEL was published in 2021 by The St. Petersburg Press. As a painter, she is self-taught and gravitates to a folk-art style with emphasis on texture and bold color palettes. As a fine arts craftsperson, she creates art from art, best exemplified by her photo quilts – a traditional quilt square created from hand-cut photo prints.
She aims to capture the feeling of seeing something for the first time in her work across all mediums. She is inspired by the ability to find beauty in everything. Learn more at leafmorestudios.com.
Becca is also an award-winning actor and singer with over 20 years professional experience on stage and screen. Learn more at beccamccoy.com.
I have always been taking pictures in my spare time but I became more serious about photography after I retired from an IT Senior Manager position at a pharmaceutical company.
I joined the Sweetwater Camera Club in Douglasville, GA and participated in many of the monthly competitions winning from Honorable Mention to 1st place several times; and placed second as Photographer of the Year in 2016. My winning images were published in the Chapel Hill News and Views and Douglas County Sentinel (local publications) and displayed at The Photo Spot in Douglasville. In addition, many of my images were accepted and displayed at various local juried art exhibitions and one of them received 1st prize, one 3rd price and two others Honorable Mention at juried exhibitions.
I take pictures of many different subjects while traveling and at home. Flowers have been of special interest to me as well as cityscapes and landscapes. I like taking photography to the next level creating different views of my images using various digital techniques. I enjoy using my pictures in creating coaster, magnets, greeting cards and photo albums telling a story of a travel or a family event.
Photography to me is the medium that helps me capture my subject in space and time and present it not only how I see it through my lens, but also how I envision and imagine it and want the viewer to see it. The original image is my canvas, and the computer and software are the tools I use to transform an image to art as I see it!
A little about MRamy Images
The purpose of my photography is to capture and express the beauty of Nature that has been a major influence in my life from childhood till today. Through the years I have improved my photographic skills while developing a particular sensitivity for capturing the essential esthetics and the importance of wildlife.
Born and raised in the Atlanta, Georgia area; I have been an avid Outdoorsman, Naturalist, Scuba Diver and Award-Winning Videographer and Photographer for the better part of my life and enjoy nature with a passion. My childhood and teenage years were a great adventure, as I spent all my summers, holidays and available weekends at my Grandfather’s ranch in Ocala, Florida on the Ocklawaha River or my Great Uncle’s farm in Fort Gaines, Georgia on the Chattahoochee River. These two locations offered nature, wildlife and river life at its best. The Natural World today is shrinking at an alarming rate. Many of the locations that I explored as a teenager and young adult in the 1960’s and 1970’s are no longer the pristine natural environments that I enjoyed.
I continue my outdoor adventures to this day with photography and river exploration aboard a custom designed camera boat built for the types of waters my clients and I tour for research, scuba diving, photography, bird watching or to simply access unspoiled nature at its best. I have a working knowledge of most all the navigable rivers and lakes in the Southeastern United States. A great deal of effort, planning, expense and countless hours in the field goes into the capturing of the photos in my ‘Nature Galleries’. My photography affords me the opportunity to convey the ‘Art of Nature’ towards educational pursuits. The proceeds from the sale and use of my images and my Guided River Tours are reinvested into my conservational efforts. My Services and Galleries are available for viewing at http://www.mikieproductions.com along with additional information about my photographic journeys. Thanks for taking the time to view my body of work and for purchasing my images for your own collection. Your contribution is helping to promote the awareness and preservation of Nature for future generations.
Water Oak Glass Artist, Dana Helton has been creating Stained Glass Art using Tiffany and Old World methods since 2001. My passion for horses had taken many twists and turns over the years and developed into breeding horses. In 2001, while awaiting the birth of my first foal, I began lessons with a local glass artist. I was HOOKED! I continued lessons working my way into an apprenticeship for 3 years.
My passion for horses, horse breeding and stained glass is still a large part of my daily life. I have continued my education in glass by learning to fused glass to create jewelry pieces since 2016. Most recently I have been creating Lanterns, Mosaics and functional Art.
I enjoy all types of Art including Whimsical, Elegant, Industrial, Contemporary, Garden Art to Pet Portraits.
Let’s get together and CREATE SOMETHING THAT MAKES YOU SMILE.
- Jenn Fletcher has been photographing various subjects since the late 1990’s, and currently brings her love of the natural world more into light through her photographic work, sharing details which are often overlooked. Bringing science and conservation into her artistic themes, she has been traveling a path that closely intertwines her personal artwork with that of her home life, and her local role in childhood education and wildlife conservation. She’s been published and exhibited internationally, but like her place-based subjects, enjoys focusing on the southeastern region of the US that she calls home.
Creative handwriting for all occasions
My name is Sandy Smith and I am originally from New York, the big apple. I moved to Georgia 24 years ago and I am now a Georgia Peach.
I am a mother of 2- a son (51) and daughter (47)- And, I am a very proud grandmother of 4 – 2 grandsons (22 and 24) and 2 granddaughters (23 and 9)
I retired from the Marietta Police Department as Assistant to the Chief of Police.
I am a volunteer and board member of the South Cobb Arts Alliance.
I believe that cursive writing is important for all ages to be able to read and write. I have enhanced my own penmanship and I now do calligraphy.
I began doing art work when I retired. My paintings in oil consist of abstracts with heavy paint that is enough to be almost considered 3-D and landscapes that more recently are barebones concepts of trees or their skeletons in an abstract environment. I have began using old CDs and acrylic paint to make 3-D images on canvass. I am also doing small (about 5″ x 5″ x 5″) glass sculptures in abstract shapes and colors. As ideas and images come to my mind making them into something reduces time to a nonentity.