Meet the artisans behind the beautifully crafted Copper Meaning Feathers + Adorned Mounts


Kami Strunsee

Kami is the owner/artist of Timber Lane Studio and the creator of the Copper Meaning Feather and Adorned Mounts. Her vision extends beyond the reaches of art shows & wholesaling products. Her big, bad, audacious goal is to create a community of artisans that fulfill that call to create while earning a living, all the while spreading the connection and joy her creations bring.

“You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.” Maya Angelou

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Jennifer Bugnacki

Whether I am attending an art show, visiting a museum or volunteering in my daughter’s art classes, I love being around art. It’s my happy place. I love art so much that I decided to make a career out of it. I received a BA from UW-Whitewater and I am a graphic designer by trade, specializing in ads and logo design. As much as I enjoy designing, I felt the need to interact more with people and not just a computer. 8 years ago I received my manicuring license and became a nail artist. I have so much fun creating tiny designs for people’s fingernails! My passion is making people feel amazing through my art. My life is also kept extremely busy with my kids—I have 2 teenage daughters, 2 bonus daughters, and 1 furry daughter, a very energetic Maltipoo.


Andrea Meinhardt

Andrea is an artist and new momma fulfilling her creative purpose! After receiving her degree in Fine Art from UW-Milwaukee's Peck School of Fine Art in 2015- Andrea's journey began. From selling her oil paintings in the Mountains of Colorado, to teaching art classes in Wisconsin, all the way to playing music in a band with her husband on the beaches of Nosara, Costa Rica; Andrea has had a wide array of artistic experiences. Each endeavor has added to her skill set and shaped her into the artist she is today. Check out her other gig at Sisu Stitchery!


Nicole Pettis

Nicole Pettis wife, mother artist with the heart of an entrepreneur. After 15 years in working in corporate america, she decided to leave the gray cubicle and start her own interior design/project management business specializing in rehabbing distressed properties. By doing this it has allowed her the time to get back into doing what she loves to do and become a maker. A maker that is passionate about the art that she is creating and loves to share with others. By joining the Timber Lane Studio team, she has become a part of something great! Creating art that transcends beyond its material and creates meaning, touching the heart of many.


Jenica Wolski

Bio coming soon!