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Monday, August 19, 2013

I know it's been a bit mum around here this past month.  Believe me, it's been killing me not to share more of the latest happenings, but I didn't want to say anything before it was an absolute done deal.  But if you follow me on instagram you may have seen some hints...


Today, I'm excited to say I can finally share a VERY exciting collaboration with the incredibly talented Stephanie Bradshaw and her wonderful team.  Stephanie is an event and interior designer (and has pretty much the coolest job ever!) in Baltimore.  If I wasn't a painter I would totally want her life.

Social media is once again an amazing thing, as I found her through instagram earlier this summer.    When I discovered that she was just 90 min drive away I could barely contain my excitement.  I sell most of my work online these days, so it's a rare thing now to have face-to-face interactions with any of my clients or colleagues.  SO refreshing to actually be able to meet Stephanie (and her adorbs pup Brooks) in her beautiful studio in the Clipper Hill neighborhood of Hampden.



This past month I've been diligently working (and playfully experimenting with gold leaf, EEK!) to create a custom collection of 5 pieces for the Stephanie Bradshaw SHOP.  My work is along side two other super talented artists, K.M. Scotto and Dani Wagner.  I love that all of our work is so different, yet complimentary with a continuing thread of gold accents and graphic qualities.  My work is a bit quieter and subtle in comparison, but I think it'll fit into Stephanie's collection wonderfully.


To purchase any of these pieces, visit the SB Shop here.


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Glad to have this project well underway so I can take a breath and then return my attention back to my own shop inventory.  It's been dwindling, but then again that's a good problem to have :)  Hope to be refreshing with a few new pieces within the next month or two.

Also, my commission queue now has two openings for this month!  E-mail me to get your custom painted started.



    

3 thoughts:

  1. nice paintings!! impressive abstracts!

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  2. Congrats! I will check out more of your work in her shop. So exciting!! Your artwork is stunning!

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  3. Interior designing can be really fun especially when its your first time doing it. It can be a trial and error process at times but when you get the hang of it it will come naturally


    Ideal room

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