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Our Springfield, MO Painting with a Twist Artists

CarolLee

CarolLee

Carollee Marshall retired from 25 years in the floral industry as The Flower Maiden Floral Shop and Night Club Flower Sales after having breast cancer. She started at Painting with a Twist when they opened in March 2016 after completing the PWAT's corporate training program in Louisiana. Carollee, is for the most part, a self taught artist. Other than a few classes of painting and Lampworking (Glass Bead Making) and Fine Metalsmithing. Born into an ancestry of 800 years of artisans, art and creating come naturally to her. Carollee feels she did learn many drawing/painting skills during her 10 years of figure modeling at Drury University, The Springfield Art Museum and for private artists. With a passion for working with her hands and creating, Carollee has worked with a plethora of mediums including; Painting, (oil and acrylic), Faux Finishes, Paper Mache', Leather, Lampworking/Glass Bead Making, Beaded jewelry, Metal Ornaments and Jewelry,(Silver, Copper, Brass), Scrimshaw, Screen Printing, Floral Design, Macramé, Candle Making, Pottery and Ceramics, Upholstery, FX Make-up. Carollee was involved in setting up the studio spaces for The Artist Studios on Main St. through the Creamery Arts Center and Springfield Regional Arts Council. Carollee has also been involved with several SATO-48 film challenges, one being in the top 5 nominations for best film, as well as assisting and acting in several other local short films and a full length movie, "King Toad", which can be purchased at Stick It In Your Ear, downtown Springfield. If you would like to see some of Carollee's work or contact her you can go to: https://www.facebook.com/carollee.marshall.9 Carollee says, "I love people and I have a passion for creating things. My job at Painting with a Twist fulfills both of those! Won't you join us @ Painting with a Twist"?

Jonathan

Jonathan

Jonathan has had a love for art since elementary school where his work was selected to hang in the school halls until he graduated high school. In 2021, Jonathan will finish his degree in mathematics education (with a minor in coaching) where he plans to teach and coach in a high school setting. As a three sport collegiate athlete, Jonathan also loves to engage in physical exercise. In addition to seeing him in the Painting with a Twist studio, you might catch a glimpse of him running the roads of southwest Missouri. Jonathan enjoys helping people discover what's possible, and he looks forward to painting with you soon.

Millay

Millay

Millay is a multitalented artist. She always had a natural ability to create lifelike drawings using pencils, charcoals, and oil pastels. It wasn't until recently she found out how much she could explore her creativity with paint! She enjoys painting because with every brush stroke she can escape into her work and make her feelings come to life. She wanted to start working at Painting with a Twist so she could help others escape and enjoy painting too! Millay is always eager to learn new skills to make her art exciting and every time she interacts with a customer she finds something positive about their painting to help them see the beauty in the art they created. If you’re ready to release your inner artist, then you’re ready to paint with Millay !

O T

O T

OT Brewer is a professional artist who specializes in "illustrative style" works. He does an exceptional job at bringing dimension to the canvas. His work experience includes: set artist for Sight and Sound Theater in Branson,Mo.; commissioned artist for homeowners who desire murals as part of their home's interior design; as well as craftsman of a line of unique wood products. Some of his art can be found for purchase at A'vant Garden, in Ozark, Mo. OT holds a degree from the distinguished "School of Hard Knocks" . His art comes from within his soul, it is just something that is there and it finds its way out thru a paint brush or a saw and a hammer. His current position with "Painting with a Twist" is what he calls ' a great way to spend retirement'. He hopes to see you in class, holding a brush in your hand and a smile on your face.

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