Music For The Eyes: Mom Owned Business Gets Her Photo Art Seen On The Jane Pauley Show

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Expressions Photo Design owner, Jill Caren, was featured on The Jane Pauley Show with several of her Photo Art designs.

— Jill Caren, Expressions Photo Design owner, was featured on The Jane Pauley Show in a clip called “Express Yourself”. In an effort to enhance her look as a creative designer, she turned to the show to help her learn how to take her artistic skills to her wardrobe. In the clip, audiences will also see several of Expressions Photo Design custom made art pieces.

“I usually meet with my customers in a business suit, and that is not the image I want to portray. I thought The Jane Pauley Show would help me learn to take my design abilities and apply it to my wardrobe.” states Jill.

Expressions Photo Design is a home based business that utilizes personal photographs to create art pieces such as custom collages printed on canvas, pop art poster prints and artistic hard bound memory books. The art and books created are all one of a kind pieces and are completely customizable in regards to color, style, journaling and additional creative elements. “I like to call what we do, music for the eyes.” states Jill. “Music evokes emotions and memories through hearing, I like to think that each Photo Art piece we design creates those same sensations, but through your eyes.” she adds.

One of their most recent touching creations includes a hard bound book of recipes passed on by a grandmother to a granddaughter. "This was an incredibly unique idea, a grandmother called us to see if we could do something with her old recipes that have been handed down in the family for generations. She wanted to give them to her granddaughter as a wedding gift. We recommended a hard bound book with all the recipes scanned in to give it that old world charm." states Jill. "This was one of the most memorable and touching creations we have done." she adds.

“I try to help people create a warmer home by using their personal photographs to enhance their décor. I recently had a woman who loved our pop art style work, but it did not fit into her Victorian style home, I asked her to send me photos of the room she wanted the photo art to hang in and came up with an alternative to our traditional pop art that met her décor needs.” states Jill. “It is our desire to provide a product that will meet our customers' unique style and personality that will allow us to have continued success.”

For more information or to see samples of our work, please visit our website at .

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