Corissa Nelson Art Feature + Giveaway

Corissa Nelson is an artist and designer in Wisconsin that works in a variety of mediums: architecture, graphic design, quilting, painting, and ink. Paintings and printables are the most popular items available in her Etsy shop, Corissa Nelson Art.

Unique gift packaging
by Corissa Nelson Art


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The Mud Room
Painting by Corissa Nelson Art

Much of her work flows out of her everyday life as a mom, with themes from her garden, kitchen, and books often providing inspiration. Working from home with her children in the same room, often in the middle of creative projects of their own, is her ideal “office culture.” Her Facebook community often provides wonderful comments and feedback on works-in-progress sketches and fresh paintings.

Corissa has her architecture BSAS and M.Arch degrees, and Historic Preservation certificate, from the School of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, where she also enjoyed teaching upper level architectural design studios as an adjunct professor.

Corissa also values the experience she gained working as an architectural designer for Hammel, Green, and Abrahamson, and other quality design firms. She uses her knowledge of form, composition, and presentation to provide art and graphic design for clients and through her online shop.

Visit Corissa on the web:
Website • Blog • Facebook • Twitter • Etsy • Pinterest

Or enter her giveaway via Rafflecopter below:

Giveaway starts Monday, September 16th
and ends at midnight on Friday, September 20th.

Winners will be announced via the blog
the week of September 23rd.

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5 thoughts on “Corissa Nelson Art Feature + Giveaway

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  2. Theresa H.

    I like the link to the etsy shop and the The Creative Lady’s Multi-Tasking To-Do List Instant Printable.

  3. Megan

    I love your work Corissa! I like how what you do is a little bit softer – I don’t know much about art, I can’t explain it well, but it has a warm feeling to it.

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