Third Annual Kingston Design Showhouse
I've had a great time working with the talented interior designers at the newest show house in Kingston. I offered up my lamps, sculptures and wall hangings and they took it all. Details and many photos to follow.
You can read an article about it on House Beautiful's website.
My favorite event of the year is VIRTUAL this summer. The Field & Supply crew have done a great job creating and e-commerce site to shop your favorite handmade brands as well as LIVE studio visits and playlists. The site will be ongoing with options for trade pricing and wholesale.
Quality Time - make time to make
Inspired by Tile
I wanted to invite you into my tiny studio share some of my process. The colorful block paintings I've been working on come together pretty quickly so I started with those. Sculptures tend to take longer to make, but I'm working on documenting my process for those too.
Spring 2020. My family and I are healthy, relatively sane and productive on this third month of sheltering. I'm making a lot of new work and am excited to share it with you. It's hard to self promote at the moment with so much unrest in our country. Stay safe.
Field & Supply Fall 2019
I shared a booth with the lovely Lowland Studio this year, and will do again. We think our work looks great together. The porcelain globes glowed beautifully and was a nice contrast to the new wood and brass wall hangings we introduced.
I designed and fabricated about 300 squares of this tile design for a Aragosta , a new restaurant in Maine. The white glaze reminded their designer of seashells but the pattern is modern. This installation is in their entryway.
I had multiple pieces shown in the garden of the first Kingston Design Showhouse. A custom brass screen, hanging planters and sculptures. Designed by Kat Hammill and Scott Zimmer.