Daizjele Cox

Daizjele is an Arizona Native that loves art! After working on an art project with her son, Daizjele (pronounced Dayz jel) Cox found out she had a passion for art. At this time in her life she is inspired by many things and this has run over to painting, digital artwork, cooking, drawing, making pillows and more. She makes pillows to protect skin and hair and enjoys hosting “paint and sips” parties for adults and “paint and play” for kids. Daizjele feels that we are all here to make a stamp on the Earth. She is self-taught but gives a little credit to Bob Ross. She began drawing in 2014 and painting in 2016 and does commissioned work. Daizjele is involved with various types of art and also enjoys working with epoxy, sketching, and modding (to modify (something) from its original state in order to change its appearance or function such as tables, chairs, dressers, and desks).


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