Welcome to the Online World of Young@Art
(adj.) Living a creative life that captures the joy, vitality, hope, and unconditional love that comes with being a child.
Paint with your hands. Dance in the rain. Live without fear. Be young@art.
Illustrator. Pop Artist. Designer. Cartoonist.
Children have the right idea, don’t they? They still believe in magic. They have hopes and dreams and the passion to make them come true.
As an artist, Danaye’s personal brand, young@art, is centered around the desire to help her and others reconnect with that inner child.
Portraits, illustrations, & more by young@art
Looking to commemorate an important event or memorialize a loved one? You’ve come to the right place! Artist Danaye L.Shiplett creates vibrant pop art and portraiture in a whimsical mixture of realism and animation.
Art is messy. Life is messy. Embrace the mess.
The young@art blog is the creative journey of Danaye L. Shiplett to find joy in the little things and to recapture the magic of childhood as an adult. Learn tips and tricks she has discovered along the way. Find creative ways to include art in your life (even if you have never held a paintbrush). Sneak a peek behind the scenesand at the woman behind the art.
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