Heather Ward-Migner started her career as a photographer and
painter having showings and working on commissions regionally in the Northern United States. She soon became a full time teaching artist and worked with arts and community nonprofits as a
visiting artist and art instructor. Ward-Migner began to make little wooden sculptures with her oldest daughter. These sculptures lead her to create the business Star House, where Ward-Migner
creates simple wooden sculptures for decoration and celebration. Most of this work is commissioned and is found in thousands of homes nationally and internationally. In addition to designing for
and managing Star House, she is hard at work creating paintings, ceramics, wire wall sculptures, and large fabric vessels. These works she sells regionally, in the Southern United States.
Creating for Ward-Migner is a mediation on what is true, inspiring and possible. She finds so much grace, love, and awe through creating and hopes to share a little of that with everyone who
encounters her work.
Portrait of Heather Ward-Migner "mama"
I live and work in a tiny hillside cottage with my so sweet family (amazing husband, fantastic daughters, beautiful dog, and silly chickens). Our home faces west so most evenings are filled with
glorious sunsets over the mountains. The sunsets remind me that at the end of the day, when all is said and done, we are here to create and appreciate beauty.