AIMEELOVESYOU

aimee-cavenecia

Aimee Cavenecia, AimeeLovesYou, The Rainbow Farmer — it all sounds good to me. I’ll answer to all of them. (There are a few other names in there too, spiritual name, family nicknames, friend nicknames, etc., but let’s leave those out.) Let’s see… What would you like to know about me? (If you have a question that isn’t answered below, you can ask it via this link.)

Shorter about me:

My father is Peruvian and my mother is German. I was born in the United States in 1975. I’ve spent almost equal amounts of time in two American states: California & New York. I am a self-taught artist who has worked in the arts since 1989. And even though I have an extensive background as a professional artist, I feel so far and removed from it. Nature took its course, and a lot has changed over the last 7 years. It left a new me to experiment with. Its both liberating and a bit intimidating… to say the least.

Longer about me:

After 2007, I pretty much altogether stopped making fine art (both for myself and corporate clients). Since that time, my work has been pretty much all about Seeing, Loving and Being. Dedicating my life to studying what it means to See, Love and Be, and sharing my insights as they naturally arise, via my blog Sunday Is For Lovers, as well as the people I connect with in my day-to-day life.

As of lately (since 2013), I’ve been having a great time creating and running my Etsy shop. (I recently opened another shop, and it’s taking off quite well!) It’s great work. :) I really love it. My favorite part of the work is being able to have meditative work to do. I bead all day, counting beads and stringing beads. The whole process is quite relaxing, grounding and centering. The other part of the work more active (packaging, running to the post office with packages, etc..) I love it all. It lights me up! I connect with people from all over the world. I love being able to email them, make things for them, and send them something in the mail. What an honor it is! I feel so grateful that I get the opportunity to be part of people’s lives.