Got to see Rising Appalachia - twice! First night was a sultry get down and the 2nd was a more intimate, soulful sway. Both shows were super inspirational and because of the magic of Facebook, Chloe Smith stayed with us! Super fun to adorn her in my jewelry.
I love how they mix with my jewelry and that even with no jewelry on you still have some flashy body decor.
Last week I sent out a huge order to the Stoweflake Spa. I managed to get it all together with the help of Fiona and my new intern Molly. Thanks ladies! So amazing to have some help with things.
I ended the week by traveling south with my dear friend Chawna. We stopped at Celie's to visit her and Kiwi quickly. She had a home class going on but managed to take her lunch break with us. So good to see them but it wasn't long enough! Then we headed off to Brattleboro to visit my work at Gallery in the Woods. First we enjoyed the best sandwiches ever at Amy's Bakery Arts Cafe. I used to visit Gallery in the Woods anytime I was in Brattleboro. They have such a great selection of really cool work from very talented artists and I'm so honored to have my work among them.
It was fun to spy some of my pieces in the center of the window.
And in a jewelry display inside. Also happy to meet one of the owners, Dante.
Upstairs in the gallery we were shocked by these shocked masks, made by Chris London.
We wished we could spend more time there and around the town but hopped back in and drove to Northampton, MA for a trunk show at Ode. This store is SO GORGEOUS, everything from the floors to the fixtures to the selection of clothes, bags and shoes to the lovely ladies working there. It was art walk night and they had a fab spread of foods and wines. So much fun to spend time there, just look at this display!
I love how my work looked among their offerings, everything rustic and earthy.
|This is the selection of work they chose after the trunk show for the shop. |