SCARVES by Tisha Wood

The scarves created by Tisha Balesi Wood on behalf of CASALTA DESIGNS are dedicated to the powerful women who she had to honor to know and have inspired and influenced her life. Each scarf represents a different person, their struggles, joy and presence.  You will find a piece of their incredible stories with your purchase of an art scarf. 


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ART SCARves, women & stories...

THE ANNE SCARF

Anne an award winning French writer in
 a male dominated profession.

Anne an award winning French writer in a male dominated profession...

THE SIMONE SCARF

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Simone was a beautiful African women who's strength and beauty caught the eye of a decorated military man...

THE QUINN SCARF

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Quinn is an extraordinary women who happens to be a revered mountain climber...

THE NELLY SCARF

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Nelly the cultivator of beauty, grace and forgiveness. ..

THE MAGDA SCARF

Magda the survivor with more to give than meets the eye...

Magda the survivor with more to give than meets the eye...

THE LIBERTY SCARF

Tisha Balesi Wood holds the veteran community very close to her heart. For that reason.

CASALTA DESIGNS and All My Sisters N Me have created “The Liberty Scarf” in collaboration with US Air Force veteran Margaret Bobb.  This scarf will be exclusively for veteran women and will not be available for sale. 

With every purchase of an “Art Scarf”, a “Liberty Scarf” will be gifted to a Veteran Woman in gratitude for her service to our country.

About Margaret Bobb

 

Margaret Bobb is an award-winning artist who has studied under renowned master artists  Lillian Kennedy, Keith Bond, and Ken Elliott. Margaret also holds an Associate of Arts degree from East Texas Baptist University.  A veteran of the United States Air Force from the Lebanon-Grenada era, Margaret has called colorful Colorado “home” for the last twenty-four years she currently resides in Florida.


Her origins are in the vibrant arts community of New Orleans, Louisiana where she started her journey to become an Impressionistic Colorist. She has developed a signature style in her acrylic work. This accomplished artist also enjoys experimenting in other mediums.

Margaret has been fighting stage IV Ovarian cancer for over 12 years and states that her artistic journey has been an integral part of her healing.  Her paintings are enjoyed in both private and corporate collections. You can find her incredible work at m-bobb.pixels.com