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“My grandfather was an artist and creativity runs deeply through my family,” says Kristin Llamas. “I declared at age seven that I wanted to be a ‘starving artist'.
“I am inspired to create as a way to meditate and communicate with the world around us. I strive to capture nature, philosophy and culture in the most beautiful and peaceful way. Through symbolic words, imagery and texture I hope my art will inspire passion, curiosity and adventure that exists within the collector while being versatile enough to compliment any style of design.
“When I create, I come from a place of quiet meditation. All of my senses are immersed in the process as I pull out river rock to create pigment, organic materials to make paper, collect eggs from my chicken coop for egg tempera paint, cut wood to build three dimensional ladders. I start with all of the raw pieces and pull it together one layer at a time until finishing with fine details and my mirror-written signature.”
Our van. We've built it out to travel perfectly for our needs with all the comforts packed into a tiny portable space. This allows us and our three daughters endless travel into amazing remote places.
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I have a charcoal sketch from 1920 that my grandfather did while he was in art school. It has one model of a ballerina sketched in three different poses and it hangs above our piano in our living room. He passed away before I was married and my children were born but I feel it represents our three daughters, one of which is named after him.