Last day at River Clay. Got sunburned yesterday, so I had to engineer myself some shade today. Steve would be proud of my ingenuity.
ChromAddict is an award-winning studio offering custom art, print & web design, and web programming w Don’t let your business fade to grey!
Studio 2038, Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment, 2211 Seminole Drive
|Wednesday||11am - 4pm|
|Thursday||11am - 4pm|
|Friday||12:30pm - 4pm|
|Saturday||11am - 2pm|
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I’m Carrie Alderfer, owner of ChromAddict Studio. I have worked as a graphic designer and web developer for over 20 years, and I’ve accumulated over 30 American Advertising Awards. With any design project, I listen to you. We look at marketing materials you like AND don’t like. We pin down with words what you want your company image to say so I can translate it into a visual design. I’ve created everything from logos to billboards, so no project is too small or too large. My goal is to provide you with branding elements that will serve you for years to come, and marketing materials that help your business reach its goals.
I am also a professional artist and sell my art in my studio at Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment, online, and at art fairs. My artwork focuses on the joyfulness of color combined with the beauty of animals, plants, and the world we live in. I love details, and I add color to my compositions to bring them out.
I am influenced by historical design, especially art nouveau and mid-century modern. I love capturing a feeling of awe and appreciation for the world around us. My drawings tell stories of special moments, living life in full color, humorous situations, and the sacredness of nature.
I work primarily with Prismacolor Premier colored pencils, but I also use acrylics, watercolor pencils, ink, and wax crayons. I create my works on various surfaces including paper and cradled birch panels. Cradled pieces are carefully sealed with 6 layers of a water-based UV protectant.