My daughters share a room and so far that is a lot of fun for both them - especially with the talk of bulk beds in the future. We revamped their room with a nautical theme a few months ago thanks to the non-toxic wall decals from Sunny Decals.
We recently enhanced their room a bit with even more wall art thanks to gorgeous paintings from artist Judith Raye. Featuring a collection of whimsical and original wall art for nurseries and children’s rooms showcasing everything from ballerinas, princesses, farm animals, dinosaurs, dogs and cats and jungle animals that are all happy and smiling. Judith noted, "I create happy, brightly colored images of animals with happy faces, capturing special moments in time from photographs, or a number of other items with a very simplistic format, all with a focus on projecting happiness and a providing a sense of innocence to children.
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What started out as a hobby has grown to include grew into a passion where she has now created over 100 paintings. This includes framed and unframed art prints with mats, to gallery wrapped giclee canvas prints, infant and toddler apparel, decorative pillows, aprons, and note cards.
We had the chance to use the a piece with a fish and seahorse and one with turtles that were both calming and happy thanks to their cool colors and happy faces from the animals that was the perfect size for their room.
Additionally, Judith is a survivor of domestic violence and frequently gives back through her art by giving her art prints and apparel items to organizations closest to her heart, including: K.I.D.S. (Kids in Distressed Situations), Newark Now, Children’s Cancer Association, Children’s Relief Nursery, Juliette’s House, Forever Changed International aka Dori’s Promise, Dwell With Dignity, and Baby2Baby.org.
Judith Raye's prints are available in specialty children’s boutiques, e-retailers and on http://www.judithraye.com/
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