Meet Artist of All Trades
My name is Charisse and welcome to my page! I have always enjoyed multiple forms of artwork ever since childhood, but I developed a passion for wood burning and the different ways you can utilize something so naturally beautiful to create something truly memorable.
From the days of macaroni art and popsicle sticks, I have always delighted in creating with my hands and seeing the joy it brought someone else when they received it. This is why starting a business that encompasses that aspect was something that made complete sense to me.
I love the idea of someone having a piece made to honor one they love or recapture a moment in a way that will bring them joy every time they see it; I also love the thought of getting to be a part of a memorable moment in someone’s life.
I put my heart into each one of my pieces and knowing that a little piece of me will be there when he drops on one knee, or on the day they say “I do”, or when they see their grandmother’s handwriting preserved before them, brings me joy beyond compare.
I was raised with two great loves: the love of God and the love of creation; my amazing parents are who I have to thank for that. Their love for God and their natural creative natures were incredibly impactful in my life. I grew up drawing, dancing, singing, acting, and I have a love for writing poetry.
I have been blessed with a husband who has been my best friend for over 15 years, an amazing provider for our little growing family, and he has been so incredibly supportive of me following my dream with pursuing my business.
My dream is to become part of people’s lives in a unique way by preserving those memorable moments that we all want to last forever.
I cannot wait to work with you!
This symbol is very near and dear to my heart.
The North Star has meant something to me ever since I was a child, and I love that it is a star known to help you navigate your way back home if you are ever lost and in need of guidance.
The fleur de lis holds importance for two different reasons. The first is that it is a symbol of the Holy Trinity; the second reason is that it is the symbol for the Madison Scouts Drum and Bugle Corps, of which my husband is an alumni.
The combination of both into my symbol embodies my idea of being pointed back home, to the most important things in my life: to my Father in Heaven and to the man He blessed me with as my husband and best friend.