Story Tree Creations- Artist Review and Give-away

Lynnsy Deferio is an Indiana artist who’s work is not only beautiful, but holds a unique an modern edge. She often paints with an abstract approach, yet  her work is definable and has a story.

Recently she has opened up shop on selling handmade cards…each card is an original and she works mainly with ink and watercolour.

Watercolour Heron Card

Lynnsy Currently resides in Muncie, Indiana with her husband Chris Deferio who is a professional and award winning barista. Nice to see two different artistic veins come together…

Lynnsy says,

“I love to create. I have been creating things since I was 5 years old. I have recently quit my day job to do more art, so I’m excited to get my creative juices flowing. Most of my subject matter comes from nature. I absolutely love trees; everywhere I go I always see a new one, even in the places that I past everyday. God knew what he was doing when he created the outdoors, that’s for sure!”

To read more about Lynny’s art and the stories behind her paintings, check out her blog…Will Paint For Food.

Lynnsy has agreed to giveaway a card of your choice! To enter to win the giveaway please follow the instructions…Remember to leave separate comments for each entry, as the winner will be randomly selected-the more comments you leave, the better chance you have at winning!

1) Visit Lynnsy’s etsy site, copy and paste the link to your favorite card in my comment box

2) Share this post and giveaway on facebook

3) Tweet this post

4) Share Lynny’s etsy site on facebook

The deadline for this giveaway will be July 30th , midnight eastern time…The winner will be contacted shortly after and announced on Barefoot and Breathing.



Filed under Art, artist, Barista, beautiful, Chris Deferio, give-aways, Lynnsy Deferio

4 responses to “Story Tree Creations- Artist Review and Give-away

  1. my site is not up yet but maybe one day soon hopefully

  2. duh…forgot to include the stuff contest winners are made of…

    if Tim Burton was girl, and made art about life instead of death, his art could look like the card in the link above


    if you climb up through the hole where the black dot is between the trees, i’m pretty sure you come out on a street in Manhattan.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s