Tyler has been creating art since she was a little girl. Her and her mother, Missy created art almost everyday. As a teen they spent most of her weekends drinking coffee and brainstorming new art ideas. Tyler stopped creating art in 2012 after loosing her mom a lifelong battle of depression that resulted in suicide.
The artist has struggled with major depression, anxiety and PTSD for many years. In 2019, Tyler mustered the strength to pick up a paintbrush and start creating again. Little did she know, art would be the start to her healing journey. The things that she was running from were the very thing that started to heal her heart.
In 2021, Tyler decided that she wanted to work towards turning her passion into a full time job. In the past year, she has created stickers, greeting cards, prints, and a clothing line out of her artwork. A lot of people told her to solely stick to one thing. She thought, "why not target all markets?". There is always something for everyone. She also creates jewelry and signs out of barn wood for home decor. Tyler believes that if she works hard enough and keeps her faith, she can reach her destiny in this lifetime.
After many years if being angry with God, she started to restore her relationship with the creator. He is the one who blessed her with these gifts and she couldn't be more grateful. Tyler decided to get baptized in March 2022 to make a milestone for a new beginning and represent her walk with Christ.
Tyler's art is based around mental health and she will be donating a part of her proceeds to mental health awareness. The artist wants people to know that you have a purpose and your gifts are rare.
You are strong. You are important. YOU MATTER.