About Lenna . . .  

❤ Me & Steve on Boca Grande for our 10th Wedding Anniversary on June 11, 2015

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I’m Lenna, a mixed media artist. That translates to - I use paint, ink, paper, collage, printing and fabric when I create, plus found objects, poetry, quotes and photographs! I live on the SW coast of Florida with my husband Steven Deming, our dog Chloe and our two rescued cats who inspire Steve’s cartoons. I spend most of my free time making art and practicing creative thinking. I like working on my website, I'm passionate about photography as a creative expression and I like to make videos. I love to get messy and create things, and then share what I make with the hope it will inspire you. I enjoy working in my various art journals, creating small collages & mail art, participating in challenges and taking lots of photographs. I also love to reflect on meaningful quotes. 

A Published Artist 

My art has been published in several magazines in years past: The Cover Art for Expression Magazine: May/June 2005, plus 6 articles from 2002-2004. Somerset Studio (2011), Rubber Stamper (1999), RubberStampMadness-15x from 1994-2003. Belle Armoire (2001), Sew Somerset (2009), Somerset’s Transparent Art (2005), plus a few books: The Stamp Artist's Project Book (2001), New Techniques for Wearable Art (2004), Altered Books 101 (2002), The Art of Fabric Books (2005) and 1,000 Artist Journal Pages (2008). More details can be found here on my published page.

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Beautiful Florida

The Braden River - Yes! That’s a dolphin!

Steven and I are very lucky to live on the Braden River. We moved here from Connecticut in 2009 and love it. 


Steve & Chloe ❤ 9-8-2018

You must live in the present, launch yourself on every wave, find your eternity in each moment. Fools stand on their island of opportunities and look toward another land. There is no other land; there is no other life but this.

The SUnshine Skyway Bridge

Jasmine Vines reaching for the Sky

Sunset Through the palms

ANHINGA -A “snake Bird” that swims underwater!

Great Blue heron in our Canal