Photography by: Vanessa Conway
My mom’s life wasn’t easy growing up, she was the oldest of 5 children, and at one point in time was the only person in the house to know how to drive (she taught her mom soon after that).
Mom owned her own antique car restoration business where she sanded her fingers to the bone, spray painted with car paint until you could see yourself in the shine, and turned every car she worked on into a work of art.
She also raised me. And if you’ve ever met me, you know the hardships she’s gone through, it isn’t easy raising a wild animal, or putting up with my dad and I’s sense of humor.
Thank you for being you.
After Alex Norelli visited me, he left me with making traditional art. Thank you.
November 7th – November 9th.
One November 7th, Alex exhibited art and played music at local Evansville venues.
We cut a post card in half to make a book-mark.
+ multiple images for Mixed Signals.
Life on film.
Part of Mixed Signals
+ Infiniteance is Bliss.
The Art House Gang!!!