Adrienne Austermann

Adrienne Werle-Austermann is an accomplished artist, writer and art educator who now adds entrepreneur to her resume with the creation of FanMasque. FanMasque is a face paint that functions like a spa facial. It is all natural/organic and  a healthier and superior option to the toxic products on the market that can cause skin irritation, breakouts and staining.

As a graduate of the School of Visual Arts in NYC, her career has crossed multiple disciplines which include graphic design, advertising art direction, writing, painting, and art education. She is an independent blogger for The Huffington Post and the author and illustrator of  the award winning children's books The Sleepy Star.and The Sleepy Star Goes to Heaven.  She is a mother of two and lives in Fairfield County, Connecticut.

For more information, please visit www.fanmasque.com thesleepystar.com.

Recent Releases
  • [caption id="attachment_30955" align="alignnone" width="300"]Dome Gold and Bleed Blue Navy. Dome Gold and Bleed Blue Navy.[/caption]

  • The Sleepy Star Goes to Heaven
  • FanMasque 

    [caption id="attachment_30952" align="alignnone" width="300"]The Sleepy Star children's bedtime book. The Sleepy Star children's bedtime book.[/caption]

    [caption id="attachment_30953" align="alignleft" width="282"]An Inspiring and uplifting story to help readers of all ages cope with loss. An Inspiring and uplifting story to help readers of all ages cope with loss.[/caption]

Entries by Adrienne Austermann

Steps to True Happiness

Under the umbrellas of intention and authenticity lie core values we can foster which will help lead us to, and maintain, the ultimate state of happiness – to be happy with yourself. Values such as integrity, compassion, empathy and trust are the cornerstones of personal growth and fulfillment. Living with intention simply means to be mindful that your actions are purposeful with forward movement. You intend to be compassionate, you intend to forgive, and you intend to choose love. Shed your expectations of others. No one is perfect, nor should you expect them to be. Flaws can build character; acknowledge… Read more.