Deborah Andress is a wife, a mother of three, a grandmother of eight…and a proud Southern woman who places a strong emphasis on faith, family, and creating memories through creative events and whimsical art. She is the creator of Nana’s Camp in a Box—a box inspired by her own personal experience of hosting a Nana’s Camp for her family for the past 11 years and designed as a tool to foster creativity among families. She’s a Christian with a wild imagination and has always been fascinated with the intricate details of all the things God has created around her. She often enjoys capturing these things in the form of a photograph, a drawing, a painting, or in the written word. She strives to share these details, these moments, and these memories with younger generations. She believes that it’s when we embrace the creativity that lies within us that we begin to fully see who we are in Christ and His direction for our lives.
Upcoming Events: Oct 26: Paint Talks. Launch Nana’s Camp in a Box: Christmas/Winter Edition
Nov 6: *MadeTV—Homer at the Beach…1st of 3 Snowmen Holiday Series
Nov 13: *MadeTV—Homer on Broadway…2nd of 3 Snowmen Holiday Series
Nov 17th: Launch Christmas Collection & Ornaments @thetatteredartist .com
Nov 20: *MadeTV—Homer at the Rodeo…3rd of 3 Snowmen Holiday Series
Fun Facts: 1) As a child, I was a Girl Scout; and I won Cookie Queen 3 years in a row.
I like personality tests; I’m from Fun Country.
I once designed and planned a Christmas Drive through a City Park.
I’ve planned and hosted a Nana’s Camp for 11 years for my grandchildren.
Without any prior experience, I designed, hand drew my own blueprints, and served as the general contractor to build my 5200 sq ft, 3-story home; it was off only 3” on one corner which was corrected by the truss company.
I own a paint manufacturing company with my husband.
Episode 152 Deborah Andress from The Tattered Artist on Creating Family Traditions
Deborah Watson Andress is a wife, a mother of three, a grandmother of eight…and a proud Southern woman who places a strong emphasis on faith, family, and creating memories through creative events and whimsical art.