Thursday, May 27, 2010

I think I'm in heaven...

I would like to introduce to you the person that is living my dream "career life". If I had a career outside of my home, her career is the one I would want. The only problem is, she is amazingly talented and trained in art, and I am not. Her name is Molly Courcelle and from the minute my eyes met her work, I was in love with her art and her heart.
While in Asheville this past weekend, we spent a day walking around the the Arts District and I stumbled upon her studio. I was searching for her mother, Bee Sieburg's studio, and to my delight I found Molly too. I told my husband when we left "I bet she is a Christian". I don't know how I knew, I could just tell. I could have sat in their studio for hours just taking it all in. It was beautiful and inviting and Spirit-filled and I kind of wanted to move in.
Some of Bee's work...
Here are a few of my favorites from Molly's collection. Don't miss the beautiful names they have, it makes viewing them all the more sweet...
Faith

God Breathed

Lavish

Out of the Pit


Redeemed
(I think this might be my favorite)


The True Vine
Don't you just love her? Go pay Molly a visit at her website, there you can also find a link to her blog. You can't help but love her work, and I can't wait to own some of it.

Amy

8 comments:

Between You and Me said...

love her work....LOVE Asheville, NC! It's one of our most favorite places to live. We were about 2 hours from there when we lived in North GA. Have you ever stayed at the Grove Park Inn?

It's TODIEFOR.

Catherine said...

WOW! I'll bet she's a Christian, too! :) Her art is amazing! Thanks for sharing. Will have to check out her website.

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The Starr Family said...

For Pete's sake... I first I had a major typo and then I discovered you can delete comments! Now its looks like I'm taking over your comments section altogether!

Really all I wanted to say was doesn't it make your heart soar when you discover new "finds" or people that inspire!

Rachel @ A Cupcake for Moose said...

Molly and her mom have beautiful work. And I love the names of Molly's pieces. Can't wait to check out her site & blog. Thanks for sharing!

Have a great weekend!
Rachel

Jenn said...

That is very beautiful! xx Thanks for sharing! ;) ~Jenn

Mary said...

Amy...this has been such a blessing. Thank you so much for including me in your wonderful blog and for your kind words.
Let's stay in touch!
Love, Molly

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