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Posted by : schoolhouse | On : November 10, 2013

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Decorative Artist, Heather Bruno-Sears, admiring prehistoric Indian rock art in the Valley of Fire, Nevada.  Imagining the symbolic meaning of petroglyphs from ancient tripes...

Admiring prehistoric Indian rock art in the Valley of Fire, Nevada. Imagining the symbolic meaning of petroglyphs from ancient tribes…

Welcome friends! Very pleased to present my blog…a fun channel to share creative inspiration and current project updates.

I’ve always loved the creative process…in nature, life and art…it’s fascinating and ever-evolving.  To be an entrepreneur in business doing what I LOVE to do, is truly a blessing.  A fine balance of freedom + discipline = success!  Celebrating 15 years of following my bliss…everyday is a new adventure.

As an Artist, the spark of “idea” is akin to an ecstatic pressure to be born…

photoForging the fire of imagination into hand-wrought physical form via my decorative arts repertoire is tremendously rewarding. When clever concepts, exquisite finish work, and one-of-a-kind surface design techniques bring joy to a client by making their home and sanctuary more beautiful, personalized, interesting or unique…I’m happy ten-fold. It’s a win-win for the customer and for myself as Artisan.  The positive energy pays forward to rally an excellent professional reputation, word-of-mouth referrals for future projects and creative collaborations.

My home and circa 1814 schoolhouse studio are located in the Finger Lakes Region of Central New York...a scenic source of inspiration in all seasons!

My home and circa 1814 schoolhouse studio are located in the Finger Lakes Region of Central New York…a scenic source of inspiration thru all seasons!

So, pleased to have you join me as I work hard, play hard, and ramble on about the fruits of labor…

With love; to mind-walk, day-dream, brain-storm and…always see the potential in things.

With intent; to share a smile, savor the moment, to inspire and…admire the beauty of the world around us.

With kind regards,

Heather