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Snow Catcher By Heather Stoltz

Snow Catcher

Snow Catcher This piece captures the joy of a young girl catching snowflakes on her tongue. 18" x 24"

Little League

Little League There few things more entertaining than a group of four and five-year-olds playing baseball. This piece shows my…

Hanging By A Thread

Hanging by a Thread

Judaism and prayer had been a central part of my life and a real source of spirituality before I had…

Teach Them

Teach Them

While my first instinct may be to huddle in the corner protecting my children from the darkness in this world,…

Protective Instinct

Protective Instincts

As a parent, especially of young children, my instinct is to keep them safe – to shelter them from everything.…

More More Bubbles

More More Bubbles

There is nothing our one-and-a-half-year-old son loves more than bubbles. If the word "bubble" is mentioned in passing, he will…

Style

A Style All Her Own

At the age of two, my daughter developed strong opinions about her clothing. The brighter the better and she loved…

Web Of Guilt

Web of Guilt

I always seem to feel guilty about something and usually the guilt comes from several sources at once. It can…

Holdinghands

Holding Hands

Seeing my children hold hands is one of the things that melts my heart every time (even if it almost…

Bottled

Bottled

When I became a parent, my child (and then children) came first. Everything that had made up my previous identity…

Torn

Torn: Parenthood vs Art

This piece illustrates the tension I feel between my life as an artist and my life as a mother. The…

The Joy of Parenthood

There are moments in the life of a parent when you want to stop time and hold onto the feelings…