About Our Artists
That's All. is the brainchild of Karen Kogan Rosenzweig, created as a testament to the power of laughter and simple truths: "We believe in the power of laughter; and in fact, That's All. was conceived in my sister's hospital room while she was being treated for ovarian cancer. Being able to say 'You have cancer. That's All.' allowed us to find humor during a stressful time.
Using a background of fashion design and architecture, Meredith Wing brings her illustrations to life in an unusual way. Combining fresh flowers, produce and even sweet confections, her drawings walk right off the page. The idea of mixing elements into her sketches began in 2014, when her husband put a piece of Chiclet gum on her sketch to replace the girl’s handbag. Active since 2014, Meredith is rising to fame making appearances at Coachella, Herbal Essences TV commercials, as well as creating limited-edition packaging for Burt's Bees. Her passion is creating, and as long as there’s fresh food and flowers at her local Farmer’s Market, she will continue to be inspired.
The "Do it Yourself" trend has made its mark on society, but for Ashley Schoenith making items from scratch makes a mark on family. "Growing up in our house things were always made from scratch –Sunday dinner around the family table, homemade birthday cakes, etc. we are carrying on that nostalgia with this collection. 'Made from Scratch'really brings together the concept of being resourceful but also honors the traditions from generations before us." About 10 years ago, Ashley began to make and sell IceMilk Aprons to pass on the notion of family heirlooms in the kitchen. As the company, now appropriately name heirloomed, grew she started to make products for the table and even expanded into home + lifestyle. Heirloomed gives products a story and creates family traditions through the history of heirlooms. "In a world that is becoming increasingly more disposable the true treasures are those with a story and a history."
For Jessica Parkhurst, it all started with a pair of shoes. Sitting in her third class she would doodle fashion shoes on every piece of paper she could find. When classmates started trading her little trinkets for her artwork, she knew her creations were also creating joy. She decided to keep drawing and develop new art ideas which led to her designing for major retailers such as Target, Walmart, and Claire’s Boutiques. Her goal is to make you smile with the trendy, watercolor inspired artwork she continues to design every day.
Coco Tafoya is the Creative Director and owner of the Miss Modern Design House in Kansas City. She focuses on designing products, brand identities + social media campaigns for companies worldwide, with a clean, modern, and bright style. She truly believes that details are everything, and that you only have a split second to make a good impression (and a splash)! The line of products she designed for us do just that - with a cheeky French twist and a golden glam boldness - she could design them all day long!
Hayley Mayne is an artist, illustrator, and art teacher living and working in Scottsdale, Arizona. She graduated from the University of Arizona in 2012, with a BFA in Art Education, and has spent 6 years post-grad creating countless art commissions, teaching children of all ages about the joy of art, and making paintings and drawings that fill her soul. Forever inspired by the beauty and whimsy of the world around her, she strives to make art that conveys the feelings we get from the most delightful parts of life. She is so grateful for the opportunity to spend her life doing what she loves. Her favorite artists are Edward Hopper, Frida Kahlo, and Helen Frankenthaler. When she's not making art, you can find her enjoying a coffee, snuggling with her cats, traveling with her fiancé, baking something sweet, or (more likely) just eating chocolate chips straight from the bag.
Coley was born and raised a Southern California girl where she grew up discovering her love for art. She’s been drawing and painting for as long as she can remember and there was rarely a time that she didn’t have a paintbrush or pencil in hand. She is constantly being inspired—from nature, to good music, to an old building or meeting new people. She lives with her husband and four little girls in Phoenix, Arizona. Raising her girls keeps Coley on her toes and nothing has inspired her more or made her more proud than being their mama. Bringing art and beauty to others to inspire and bring joy is Coley’s passion, and she is so grateful to get to share what she does with the world!
Jill De Haan grew up in the glorious mountains of Utah exploring nature and reveling in her grandparents’ massive garden and woodshop. Her work today is always created by hand and often has a vintage or natural feel. An old soul to the core, Jill loves embroidering handkerchiefs, sipping on cups of tea and perusing consignment shops. She specializes in lettering and illustration and loves exploring different mediums in both areas. She currently lives in Eden, Utah with her husband Michael, their baby boy Judah and their scruffy, little dog Crackers Prish Preed.
Taylor has always had a thing for pretty and paper so when she saw a video of someone doing calligraphy for the first time, she knew she had to give it a shot. That day, she found her passion and has been in love with the art of lettering ever since. She started her business in August 2015 and hasn’t looked back. Many pens and pages of paper later, here she is! All her items feature her original hand lettering!
Julie Comstock is known for the original surface art design and innovative ideas that are hallmarks of her world. In June 2006, with her husband, Julie founded a craft and hobby company called Cosmo Cricket. She grew Cosmo Cricket from her living room to a worldwide brand that she sold in 2011. She continues to conceptualize and design all products for the brand and has begun leveraging her work though other industries including fabric and stationery. Her personal interests include advocacy for struggling readers and she co-founded the Utah branch of the International Dyslexia Association in 2005. She is now focusing her volunteer work on hospice care with a group in her area. Julie also loves reading random articles about random things, good wine, dark chocolate, dogs, people, board games and beating her kids at Mario Kart, which happens only on rare occasions.