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by kitchellstudio , October 20, 2012—12:00 AM

Topics: BABY, Girls, children's wall art, watercolor

"Sugar and spice and everything nice; that's what little girls are made of ..." Do people say that any more? I've updated my approach to girls' names by including sports or other activities not typically considered "girly". These names are all original art, created when the order is placed. They may be personalized with activities particular to the child and colored to match room decor… Continue reading… 0 comments

These little critters form the basis for a new style in my CHILDREN 'S NAME GALLERY. Each name is an original work of art on 140 lb watercolor paper, created to the customer's specifications when the order is placed. Always popular at Christmas, these names are also appropriate for births and birthdays. I think this alphabet will become my favorite. Although ...… Continue reading… 1 comment

Looking for a great gift for that new baby or your favorite child? This figure is part of my girl's alphabet. The alphabet consists of little girls and ballerinas and can be customized to coordinate with the color of the child's room. The names are painted on 140 lb Arches watercolor paper at the time of the order. I use the copyrighted letters to create the names; all names are original art, not prints… Continue reading… 0 comments


by kitchellstudio , June 10, 2009—12:00 AM

Topics: BABY, Prints, beach, boys, sand, summer, sun, vacation, wall art, watercolors

I am very proud of this little guy. He's the first of my Beach Baby Collection. Sold as wall art for a child's room, these prints are meant to express familiar childhood memories .... sand, sun, and fun. My goal was to create "every child", not a specific portrait of just one child. When I hear a customer say "that looks just like my son/grandson" and I haven't seen their child or a photograph, I know I've met my goal… Continue reading… 0 comments