December 20, 2011

Berkshire Creative Challenge: Rennie & Rose and Rosen

At 2AM one late October night, I received an email invitation to participate in this year’s Berkshire Creative Challenge. The Challenge is an annual opportunity for Berkshire-based businesses to partner with the creative community.  I wrote an essay, answered some questions, pointed to the work on my website and sent it off.

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This year, Rennie & Rose, a family-owned home furnishings manufacturer in Adams, MA was the hosting business for the Challenge. In mid-November, I was notified that I made the first cut—one of several candidates to be asked to visit Rennie & Rose, learn more about their products and operations, and do a design assignment:  interpret a piece of art for the home furnishings market; show how it would work on a pillow, placemat and runner.

After presenting a series of design ideas to Rennie & Rose last month, I learned that I won the Berkshire Creative Challenge.  I am excited to be able to collaborate with Rennie & Rose on future design projects. Thank you Rennie & Rose. Thank you Berkshire Creative.

December 08, 2011

My Collage Prints for Sale at Treasure & Bond, Soho

imageMy collage prints are available for sale at Treasure & Bond, a cool new emporium at 350 West Broadway.  The sale of my work will support such causes as The Children’s Health Fund and Coalition for the Homeless.
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This series of poster-sized prints, each 22’ x 29”—the results of many walks through New York City—is on display starting today.  Treasure & Bond, a foray into Manhattan retailing by parent Nordstrom, is an enticing place where all the merchandise is chosen with great care and taste, and all the profits go to programs to benefit people in need.  The store showcases an eclectic mix of jewelry, accessories, clothing and home décor items.

imageMy prints are displayed on the first floor, amidst leopard skin wedge boots, candles from Venice, jewelry inspired by Mexican antiquities, giant hand-crocheted pouffes, and mojito muddler kits.  The prints are offered both framed and unframed.

Please stop by. 

Shout-out in New York Magazine’s Best of 2012

 

 

 

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