living with art: custom photo displays for every home

living with art: custom photo displays for every home

Today's "living with art" winning share comes from Michelle Rasmussen of Wondertime Photography. Using canvases from Pixel2Canvas and frames from Wild Sorbet, she created beautiful, lasting art for her clients to cherish every day. She says, "I do custom sessions with each client, including pre-consultations and personalized design ordering appointments.  I love working with talented and fun clients when we can work together to design a session and final art pieces and products that will capture their family and remind them of the time they spent together during a particular time in their lives. Clients tell me time and again how friends and family walk into their homes and immediately are drawn to their photographic art and just oooohhhh and ahhhhh over their children and the love and connection they feel. This makes me oh-so happy to hear! I also enjoy hearing how people are nervous to go really big at first, but they have always been so glad they have once everything is up!"

We love how these images are showcased in the clients' homes.  Keep up the great work, Michelle!




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