Shonah Brown was born in Charlotte, NC and currently resides in Mooresville, NC
Home to me means so many things. Home is where I grew up. Home is my safe place where I have raised my family. Home is at my church. Home is LOVE. It’s hard to paint all that love. So I choose my North Carolina to call home. I grew up with Lake Norman in my back yard, before it was popular. I am a “LOCAL”, not many of us around here. My children grew up on a boat on Lake Norman and beautiful Lake James about an hour west in the foot hills of Carolina. One more hour west is the Great Smoky Mountains and the Blue Ridge Parkway. Some of my fondest memories growing up are hiking these mountains. Shinning Rock was always my favorite. It is in the Pisgah National Forest and a day hike will take you to these huge white quarts boulders that you can climb up on and see some awesomeness that God has made. Travel east to the North Carolina coast and find the Outer banks and light houses. Cape Lookout near Harper’s Island, brings back good memories of fishing with my Dad. North Carolina is a great place to call home.
About Shonah: My name is Shonah Brown and I was born in Charlotte, NC and I live 20 miles north in Mooresville, NC. I enjoy painting large backdrops for Christian Groups and Church plays and VBS (vacation bible school). Some have been 16 feet tall and one was 120 feet long for The Last Supper. These can be folded up and reused. I also paint murals on church walls and homes.
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I like the description of place as home – a lovely, soft view of the lake and coastline.
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And poor Shonah had to go get some little tiny paintbrushes since she is used to painting very, very large scale work.