March 12, 2012

Monday Merchant Circle Featuring Prims Gone Wild!

Good morning Everyone!
I've got a wonderful Artisan to tell you about this lovely Monday morning!
She is Karen Blevins from PRIMS GONE WILD!
Karen said she came up with her name when she was standing in the midst of all of her Prim creations and stated, "dang girl, you have gone wild with all of these Prims"!!! LOL!!
 Karen comes from a very creative and artistic family. Her father is first and foremost the best artist she has ever seen. Do you sense a bit of pride there?! She's only been on Etsy for a few years but has been selling her goods for a long time making her first sale at age 9. What a young entrepreneur!
 Karen's creative style is Folk Art and Primitives. Her inspirations come from everything and everywhere. She uses a variety of mixed media and isn't afraid of trying new techniques.
 I LOVE this Altered/Mixed Media this piece!!
Here are the links that you can use to find Karen and her work!
What a wonderful asset she is to our PAFA Team!

Please stay tuned for my Giveaway being posted tomorrow....for sure!!!


basketsbyrose said...

Thank you for featuring Karen and her amazing work!

The Barn Hollow said...

What a great feature on Karen. Very talented artist for sure!
Warm Wishes,

Cave Creek Primitives said...

Thanks for a great feature on Karen. Her work is awesome!

yorkie's primitives said...

Great feature on Karen! Love those bunnies and Annie, Valerie

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I love your bunnies and beautiful art! I'll go follow some of these links! Thanks and enjoy this sunny welcome it is! ♥♥♥

My Stitches to Treasure said...

Thanks for introducing us to Karen.
Her work speaks volumes about her talent and passion!

Barb said...

Love Karen's artistic ablity!! She has some of the most amazing creations.
Thanks for sharing!

Prims*Gone*Wild said...

Thanks Everyone and Thanks for featuring me :O)


Deb~Paxton Valley Folk Art said...

Wow, what a multi-talented artisan! Thanks for the feature Vicky!

Firecracker Kid said...

Oooh, I love her painting. Would love to see more of that ;o) but, I won't twist her arm. Glad to have Karen a part of the team.

Danice said...

Karen's work is awesome! Thanks for sharing.

Kim said...

Great feature on Karen and her wonderful prims! What a fun way to come up with her name :D