Dear Friends' 1992 I went from selling corn husk dolls to painting. I was a wife and mother with dreams that could fill a mountain. Our home was so richly blessed with laughter and joy. My only struggle was learning to let go of dreams and stay creative. I have had the privilege of seeing my God, the living God provide our needs. He gave us enough joy to sustain us though thick and thin. Making a living as an artist requires several miracles and nothing less than hard work.
The saying " I get knocked down, but I get up again." took on meaning January 2017 The new year I began with ultra excitement!! Feeling ajusted to my new life, and healing was making my creative juices sore. My thoughts were filled with paintings and home projects. January 9th I and a friend were struck by a car crossing a street while my husband Don looked on. We both were badly injured with broken bones a head injury that made life very unproductive. It was hard to get going again. I have pain daily nerve damage, and balance issues which are healing slowly, neck and hand pain. My husband Don was my care taker and he, all I can say, loves me very much. The last few months I have really pushed my self to heal but many many people have prayed for us, I know that is why I have the strong will to heal and keep going. My God the living God did that for me, he loves me.
I love to laugh and see the beauty in life, and I desire that I can put that on canvas to bring joy into your homes. I don't think I can ever think of a day that was not beautiful. The flowers show the glory of Lord I wish I could paint them as beautiful as I see them.
I"m trying new things and taking my paintings a new direction, seasons change us and its good. Bonny Nuzzo. (Rochester)❤️