Our Story by Tiffiny Shults

Art runs in the family!

I love art and everything creative.  And I married into a creative family. 

But In spite of that, for many years I had no idea how to create the warm and artistic vibe I wanted in my home. I didn't dare to even put a nail in the wall or touch a power tool. But the desire to learn was burning bright and I couldn't stop trying to figure it all out. (Shout out to my sister-in-law Anna Black for all her mentoring!)

 Fast forward many years and experiments and success and fails....and I started getting some creative momentum.  Over time when friends would come to my house I started hearing things like "How did you do that?" or "Where did you find that?" or "Can you help me do that in my home?" One day it dawned on me--I had become the knowledgable friend/resource I always wished I had!!

I have a favorite home quote that gives words to what my creative soul has been working toward all these years: "People aren't longing to be impressed; they're longing to feel like they're home! If you create a space full of love and character and creativity and soul, they'll take off their shoes and curl up with gratitude and rest, no matter how small, no matter how undone, no matter how odd."  --Shauna Niequist

On top of all of that, I recently had the time and inspiration to deep dive into drawing, painting, and framing all the things I have created, saved, and collected over the years. After filling my own home with art, I keep making more and more...and as a result I have lots of art!  So starting a little shop became the logical next step.

And that's how Fine ARTichoke began!

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 My little  home art studio that I love!

  • Paint by Number

    Consider Trying this time proven technique

    Check this out! 
  • Try painting on top of an existing print or painting

    This is a great way to try out painting with most of the hard part already done.

    See the process here 
  • Make art from things you already own.

    You probably have potential art all around you! Here are some ideas of how to frame things you already have.

    See some ideas here