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Introducing new members of our Bloom Crew!

We are so excited to announce the placement of  4 new teachers who will be putting their artistic talents to good use teaching classes and conducting art parties at Bloom.

Heather Rojas

Mom of 3 awesome kids- she likes to spend her free time playing silly board games, reading, and of course, making art! She loves finding new objects to paint on- from rocks, to flower pots, to house walls - and is always up for a new art challenge! 

Annie Wilson

Annie is a wife and mother to 2 young girls.  You can find her sneaking time to paint or bake after her girls are in bed. Painting is Annie's self-care technique that helps her keep sane through life’s craziness!

Kat Fairbarn

Kat is a preschool director in New Lennox who knew she was creative, but didn't realized she was an 'artist' until she read Julia Cameron's book, The Artist's Way.  She is an advocate of the 'process' part of creating art as opposed to the product.  We couldn't agree more!

Traci Schmidt


Traci is a lifelong art enthusiast.  "I think I came out of the womb with a pencil in my hand!"   She is self - taught and has an amazing ability to draw realistically.


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