Posts Tagged Cara Hall
Check out this awesome exhibit from an an artist who was inspired by nature. According to his website bio, David Rogers first saw the potential for his wood sculptures in the form of a fallen sapling. These insects are accurate to real life — except their size, of course. You can see more of his designs here.
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Becca graduated with her B.S. in Interior Design in 2001 and became a Certified Interior Designer in 2004. After seven years of working her creative magic at two different architecture firms, she decided to “retire,” exchanging her badge for the titles of “full-time homeschool mom” and “full-time writer.”
She finished her first book, Empath (the first novel in the Flawed series), in January of 2010 and has since been working on two other novels (with a third in the pre-writing phase), winning National Novel Writing Month 2010 in the process.
She loves art and is one of those crazy knitters that you might find knitting next to you in the doctor’s office, the movie theater, stopped at a train crossing, or in a bar.