I’m thrilled to introduce you to our first Wildfeather Artsy Hero, shortened to Artsy Hero.
What’s an Artsy Hero? An Artsy Hero is brave enough to wear unique, colorful, bold fashions. They are strong enough to shine their true colors for all to see! The blah beige and gray world is mere dust left in the past for these champions. Blazing a trail forward with passionate determination is their modus operandi. Artsy Heroes inspire others to shine their light in full color, setting the example for others.
Wildfeather Artsy Heroes are our customers, who we consider heroes. So, without further ado, I introduce our first Artsy Hero with much enthusiasm and gratitude.
Wildfeather Artsy Hero: Beverly K. Copen
Our first Artsy Hero is stunning and talented, with a code of impeccable excellence and integrity. I introduce you to (imagine a drum roll) - Beverly K. Copen.
Beverly recently purchased the Underwater Scene Yoga Capri Leggings. They were so comfortable that she returned to the Wildfeather Artsy website to order more, but there were no more designs offered. The Underwater Scene leggings use a photograph taken by my nephew when he was scuba diving in Jamaica. Because Beverly is a photographer extraordinaire, she off-handedly remarked that she might like to see her photos on the leggings.
Well, why not? I’m open to new ideas. So, I invited her to send me some of the photographs she’d like to see on the leggings. One thing led to the other, and suddenly, I was creating a Beverly K. Copen Collection!
Find the striking designs I created from her amazing photographs on the Beverly K. Copen Collection page. We love them and hope you do too.
We will continue to add more designs to her collection, so please come back often; join the mailing list via the form below to keep up with all the exciting happenings here at Wildfeather Artsy and the Beverly K. Copen Collection.
More about Beverly
Beverly is also an accomplished writer and thought leader.
She has had five published non-fiction books, one is in Japanese and one in English / Spanish! She was invited to present seminars / workshops in numerous international countries.
Community is key to Beverly. She finds and creates projects to improve the community in which she lives.
I first met Beverly when I wanted to show my art at the Marketplace Café restaurant in Village of Oak, Sedona, Arizona. As the artist coordinator there, she juried me into the family of artists. I had just moved to town. It was a fun way for me to get acquainted with others.
One of her pet projects was to make a map of the Village of Oak Creek businesses. I don’t know how she knew I was a graphic designer, but she asked if I would volunteer to do this project for the community. I did.
Those two examples of how I met Beverly illustrate how passionate she is about helping improve the quality of life in her community.
Each Artsy Hero will share highlights about themselves. Here is Beverly’s.
Photographer, Entrepreneur, and Author
Places on the Web
Books: Available on amazon.com: as eBooks:
Hails originally from
Atlanta, Ga native but Citizen of the World!
- First business, Atlanta Models & Talent, sold after 15 years - is still in business 60+ years later
- First Film Representative of Georgia (1972-73)
- First and only woman on the National Bank of Georgia board of directors for 13 years
- Invited to be on the first all-woman trade mission to Europe (1985)
- Was the first non-Japanese author to be commissioned to write a book for the Japanese market (published in 2000, in Japan, in Japanese.) The title: IT’S YOUR LIFE, ISN’T IT?. That followed living in Japan for 3 years.
Personal Inspiring Quote
Making a Difference begins with “I’ve Got an idea”.
That is the subtitle on her newest REVISED book, IT’S YOUR LIFE, ISN’T IT? Find links to her books above.
Favorite Wildfeather Artsy Piece
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