I live in Austin,TX it takes a lot of work to live here. Seamstress for the band, I restore vintage clothes and accessories, I also paint and do collage. I was raised by Bohemian artists. I sell rock and roll stuff online at Myrockinheart
First I will give you a little background about me, and how Beyoncé and Blue Ivy's dynamic relates to me. Then, in case you don’t keep up with social media; some observations about how consumers of popular culture, music and the arts react to “The Carter Family” Jay-Z, Beyonce, their children, Blue Ivy (the oldest daughter) their twins Rumi and Sir. And Beyoncé’s family of origin, her Mother Tina Lawson, Father Mathew, extended family and sister Solange. And lastly, how I came to consider myself in the “Beehive”=avid fans of Beyoncé.
My Bohemian Upbringing
People often ask me how I came about my painting method. And it’s just not one easy answer. First I feel a need to explain; I didn’t want to be an artist when I was a kid growing up. My parents were both artists, when I was a young child they curated an art gallery and would have openings. People would come up to me and ask-do you want to be an artist when you grow up? I didn’t know. In 1969 my family went to Europe for a year, it was something a lot of people did at that time did; the American dollar had a high value there. According to my dad, when we lived in Malaga, Spain, I would sit in front of paintings on the floor of museums and draw, people would watch. I don’t remember this, I was 5 years old. One thing I DO remember about Europe was lying on the benches of the Louvre bored, as my young artist parents looked at Monet paintings from every angle, step back, move forward, and squint. My biggest disappointment that year was that the “Piccadilly Circus” was not a circus, but a square in London! My grandmother had come over when we were in Italy, and journeyed with us to London, where we caught a giant sea going ship back to the states. She kept saying all the way through the Netherlands we were going to Piccadilly Circus. I thought it was a real circus. My mom spent her inheritance, living, traveling, and doing art; then she went back to college in the 70s. Just like Donna’s mom, from the 70s show, she set out to “find herself.” My parents got divorced when we came back from Europe.