It’s the time of year when our minds start to wander. We see vacations, outdoor projects, and warm days on the horizon—which also means the Summer (May/June/July 2013) issue of Where Women Create Magazine is on newsstands. Inside the magazine you will find all the inspiring articles to spark the flame of your creative genius. The summer issue gives you the chance to peek inside the studios and minds of some amazing and inspiring women in the creative world. Kathleen Wedemeyer shares her dream studio with us inside our latest issue.
“Kathleen Wedemeyer grew up in Houston, Texas, where she loved to draw and create art with some interesting origins. Old wood molding, antique ceiling tins, spindles, various metal components, and architectural antiques are a few of the unique materials that Kathleen uses to create her inspirational artwork. One of her favorite parts of the creative process is hunting for new materials to use, but nothing can compare to the joy she finds in the opportunities for spiritual outreach through her artwork. Her husband, Ron, built her dream studio/workshop behind their historic stone home, allowing for seemingly endless new possibilities.” (Quoted from Kathleen’s article in Where Women Create magazine.)
Read more about Kathleen Wedemeyer in the May/June/July 2013 issue of Where Women Create Magazine. Click here to subscribe or purchase Where Women Create Magazine.