Patty Middlebrooks is an eternal optimist, accidental artist and lover of people and life's grand adventures. She is known for authentically living a heart centered life and creating gifts of art that lift the spirit and nurture goodness and love. She loves letting her heart lead the way as she plays with paint and paper resulting in whimsical works of art that are heartwarming, colorful, and full of meaning!
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Patty Middlebrooks - Optimistic Multi-Passionate Artist
and Owner of Meaning-Full Art

Patty Middlebrooks, the founder of Meaning-Full Art, is an accidental artist, eternal optimist and lover of people and life's grand adventures, living in Redondo Beach, California. Patty is known for authentically living a heart-centered life and creating gifts of art that lift the spirit and nurture goodness and love. She loves letting her heart lead the way as she plays with paint and paper resulting in whimsical works of art that are heartwarming, colorful, and full of meaning!

Kelly Rae Roberts - Mixed Media

ArtistKelly Rae Roberts started her career as a social worker but later decided to follow her heart’s passion to become an artist. When she finally put paint onto paper, Kelly discovered a whole new world. Her art expresses honesty and tenderness while remaining lighthearted and colorful. Kelly hopes her work invokes a sense of clarity and peace inside of people as they walk their own path in life, and that it inspires them to discover their own limitlessness.




Kris Bensfeld - Multimedia Artist

Kris Lanae Binsfeld is a multimedia artist who loves to inspire. When creating with wire and metal, Kris is inspired by antiques, vintage and unique finds. Her latest project is a collection of beautifully hammered metal tokens, cards and plaques called “She Inspires”. This collection was created to honor women who have overcome and inspires all of us to be our best selves.






Sharon Nowlan - Mixed Media Artist

Sharon Nowlan grew up drawing, painting, and creating in a broad range of media inspired by nature. During a day at the beach she gathered a pocket full of small, sea-washed pebbles, she artfully arranged the pebbles to depict a mother and son. Over the years, Sharon’s designs have evolved to include other natural objects including shells, twigs, driftwood and bits of sea glass…but it all began with a handful of pebbles.