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Irish Echo Feature
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"Since we initially followed in the footsteps of our families, a long line of nurses, teachers, police officers, and firefighters, running an art business was totally new to us, and we had to figure out much of it on our own. 

 

The learning curve was intense, but so was our determination to make it work." Full Article

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"We are excited to have the chance to share our work with the community because it introduces new people to what we do and gives us the opportunity to share some beauty during the gray winter months."              Full Article

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Hudson Valley Magazine
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"This creative endeavor was 'a good outlet to combat the stress and chaos' of life during COVID, and somewhere along the line, the couple discovered they would work woodwork wonders as a team."
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Rebel Canvas
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"I’ve had to pivot in my career as my family demands evolved over the years. Luckily, I had education and skills to leverage, so when needed, I was able to build my professional life around my family. It’s not easy building a business, especially a messy, art business out of a home full of kids and life, but it has enabled me to be there for them while also pursuing my passion. I often joke that we’re building a future on sawdust and dreams."                     Full Article

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"It sometimes doesn't feel like it's been three years but when you look back over three years of commissions and projects, it does feel like we've come a long way in that time, but it's even more exciting to see where we're gonna be in the next three years, and where we can take it from here."                            Full Article

ShoutOut Colorado

"Along the way, there have been many challenges including tight, shared spaces, botched projects, and consecutive learning curves, but we have learned and grown along the way. We continue to improve and expand our offerings to ensure that each piece is created with care, attention, and most importantly, love."  
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"Another way you can easily bring the outdoors into modern rustic home décor is through art. Kevin Murphy and Margaret Dowling-Murphy of Murphy Wood Art comment, 'By incorporating rustic art into your design, it allows you to bring the “outside” into your indoor living spaces, but it’s not just for cabins and farmhouses. Mix rustic textiles like wood with other elements such as glass, wood burns, vibrant colors, landscapes, and eclectic shapes to add a chic yet contemporary flare. Natural elements can also add texture, the finishing touch that can add a cozy feel to your space.'"  
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