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Arts & Crafts

The Magical Reality of Ginger Fox

When I first entered the Ginger Fox Gallery in the Dallas Design Center, I was immediately struck by the diversity of her art.  Fox, a self-taught artist from the Texas Panhandle, is influenced by what she describes as magical reality – a mix of the natural and manmade worlds.

I fell instantly in love with her Water Series.  Her artwork evokes a sense of tranquility and calm.  If I had this in my house, I would be inspired to breathe deep every day.

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Great Blue by Ginger Fox

On the other end of the spectrum, her Power Club series inspired my “inner badass”.  While the art is influenced by female Texas archetypes, I think women around the world just might connect to this southern swagger.

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Smokin’ Hot by Ginger Fox

You can learn more about Ginger Fox at

Interior Design

Arts & Crafts

The Flora Forager

In this week’s Arts & Crafts blog I would like to focus on an artist that I discovered in the Country Living Creativity issue back in January.  Bridget Beth Collins is a botanical artist who creates art from nature – literally.  Her love of the Pacific Northwest’s mossy waterfalls and woodlands drew her to this art form.  Her charming and whimsical prints are perfect for a nursery, child’s room, craft room and if you are lucky enough to have one – your She Shed!  You can learn more about Bridget Beth Collins at


Do you have a favorite artist’s work or maybe your own that you would like to share?