I can relate to her lifestyle, because she loved the 1830's and lived the last part of her life in a hand built home with tools in her home from that era.
A little about her life here and here
last photos and many more here
Her family continues her lifestyle and shares her works thru their website from the homepage:
Her art and lifestyle are not born from imagination alone. Her cherished stories and illustrations come from a place much deeper. They are inspired by sitting beside the fire in a handmade rocking chair, gardening or throwing a birthday party for a beloved pet. Here, afternoon tea parties are tradition; not something to be rushed through on the way back from lunch hour.
The family of Tasha Tudor continues this rich way of life. And even though they provide a vivid look into the past, their home is not a museum. It is a place built from the land, not just on top of it; where all necessities, from food to firewood, are gathered from nature and even a wedding dress must be made by hand.
Tasha's family is proud to share their family stories and crafts with a collection of fine items including prints, furniture, aprons, quilts, dolls and more. All created in a place of natural wonder where pets are spoken to like people, and even dolls have an enchanted life all their own.