Harp of strings, blown by the wind, reverberates a shivering hum. A hollow tree, beat with bro-ken branches, pulsates like a drum. The din of steel, a wasted reprise, from industry this instrument comes.
Nesseth grew up in the North woods of Wisconsin. She spent most of her childhood romping through the woods on her family's farm on the Red Cedar River where she developed her passion for creativity, exploration, and nature.
Nesseth attended St. Olaf college, and acquired an undergraduate degree in Biology and Environmental studies. She spent time traveling and studying abroad in Norway, Northern Europe, Spain, Australia, and the Caribbean. After graduating in 2012 she returned home to assist in the family manufacturing business. There, she has rekindled her creative spirit, and has worked with her father to learn the art of metal working. She continues to develop her creative skills and now takes her woodland and imaginative creatures on the road to galleries, local art festivals, and farmers markets.