Sienna Berry Obituary – Death: Sienna Berry Raleigh NC Has Passed Away, native to the Pacific Coast, from San Diego
Sienna Berry and her husband live in Seattle with their two furry children, Charlie and Zak. Originally from the Pacific coast, Sienna has lived in various cities along the west coast, from San Diego, California, to Rogue Valley and Portland in southern Oregon, before finally settling in Seattle, Washington. While home is where her heart is, Sienna also enjoys traveling to Croatia and exploring the wonders of Europe. Her inspiration comes from the lush greenery, beautiful water, and mountains surrounding Seattle and the Pacific Northwest. Sienna loves to travel to new places, immerse herself in other cultures, learn about history, and admire beautiful architecture.
Sienna’s creative skills are just as versatile as her travel interests. She has been interested in pottery, sculpture, painting, and other forms of art since childhood and never misses an opportunity to create something herself. After high school, Sienna attended cosmetology school and obtained her cosmetology license. However, she never let go of her passion for art and continued to hone her painting and sculpting skills. Whether she worked in a salon, tinkered with projects, or dreamed of opening her own salon, Sienna knew that her artistic abilities would always be with her. Her other interests and hobbies include thrift shopping for antiques and unique items, creating jewelry from found objects, painting rocks, designing collages, repurposing old furniture with mirrored mosaic patterns, and engaging in thorough house cleaning to clear her mind.
While Sienna is a creative soul, she also possesses business acumen and dedicates herself to learning how to run a website, photograph and market items, and continue her creative pursuits. She acknowledges that the challenges of maintaining a business while being creative are never-ending, but she encourages people to contact her directly through Instagram, email, or Facebook message to inquire about item availability and to be patient with the process.