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Our Media, PA Painting with a Twist Artists

Franny

Franny

Franny, started working in our Media studio as a Floor Artist in October of 2015 and quickly became a Stage Artist! Franny has lived for her art since age four and has always fully believed that any art worth making should be fun to make. Before becoming a part of her P.W.A.T. family, Franny studied 2-D Art and Art Therapy for three semesters at Seton Hill University. She now finds herself living her dream and sharing it with others at Painting With A Twist. Franny feels blessed everyday she picks up her paintbrush. She’s never been at a job that makes her happier than to work with the team at PWAT in Media. You can easily find Franny dancing spiritedly and singing slightly off-key in our studio. Her life aspiration is to make everyone's day a little brighter and making sure they leave her company either smiling or laughing. In her free time, Franny enjoys visiting her family in Glen Mills or watching anime with her boyfriend all the while trying not to go broke from buying too many cookies and baking supplies.

Alissa

Alissa

April

April

Kyra

Kyra

Linda

Linda

Sadie

Sadie

“That girl that does art and stuff, right?” That’s me; from the moment I picked up a pencil and never put it down, I knew that art would become a major part of my life. Growing up, I used to write on my walls-sorry mom, and doodle in my notebooks and always had my sketchbook at hand. I loved art so much, I decided to go to DCCC for my associates degree in Graphic design. From there I went off to West Chester University where my new passion for painting began. I always told myself that I wasn’t a painter until my Senior year of college. When graphic designing failed for me, painting came naturally. I’m always doing something creative, so I started my own business where I made custom jewelry, graduation caps, jackets and the list goes on! When I’m not in the studio painting, you can catch me listening to music, watching a movie or working on another project. Art isn’t always what you see, but how you felt making it.

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