Meet the Artist

Hi there! My name is Madison and I am from a small town in Eastern North Carolina. The colors and charm of this hold a special place in my heart. Creating art allows me to piece together the beauty seen in everyday life.

For as long as I can remember, I have always looked outward in life, looking for the beauty that meets the current eye. Whether its the colors of the trees, the smell of good food as warm sunlight shines through a kitchen window, or the pinks in the sky matched with crisp air. Art is truly something you feel and I believe everyone has some inside of them that is meant to be found.

Growing up, I kept myself busy with anything creative. From dance every week, to singing in choir, taking pictures of everything and editing on vsco for hours, to practicing every makeup and hair style on trend. I have an eye and love for it all. There is more than what meets the eye if we are willing to take a second look. Dreaming in everyday life will allow you to see the beauty of life and all its opportunity.

After years of personal pieces and personal art projects, I was given the opportunity to paint a live wedding. This was the start of my journey as an artist. Along with the support of friends and family, the great community in eastern North Carolina has passed the word along of my work. I am currently booking weddings throughout the year.

I love weddings and everything about them. One of God's many gifts in life is the ability he gives us to love one another. As so many dream about the day they say I do, I’d like to think that a painting will hold the same emotions throughout its life in a home. Live wedding paintings are a way to make your special day last a lifetime.

I am thankful for the talent God has given me. He allows me to practice patience with life, others, and myself. I truly hope through creating art I can put a piece of my mind out into the universe and others can be inspired by the colors that reside in their hearts and pour that into their own lives. I hope we can all learn to live with more patience and eagerness for more moments that make them wonder how much more beautiful can it get?