Wednesday, October 12, 2011


In order of appearance: 'Adriadne' John William Waterhouse;  'Girl on Red Carpet' Felice Casorati/ 'The King and the Beggar Maid' Edmund Blair Leighton/ 'Flora' Caroline Baruda/ 'Empress Josephine' Pierre-Paul Prud'hon/ 'Funeral of Atala' Anne-Louis Girodet de Roussy-Trioson/ 'Allegory on the Peace of Pressburg' Andrea Appiani/ 'Night Eggs' Felice Casorati/ 'Boreas' John William Waterhouse/ 'Woman in Black Tying her Slipper' Marie Denise Villers/ 'The Keys' Edmund Blair Leighton/ 'Dreaming of Pomegranates' Felice Casorati/ Statue of George III, The Long Walk/ 'Princesses Helena and Louise' Roger Fenton.

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All of my items are hand crafted by me in my Brooklyn, NY studio. I believe in USA hand made, supporting local, and supporting quality. All materials I use are sourced and purchased from vendors in the USA. I truly am inspired so much by nature. Just walk outside and there's millions of things to be inspired by, whether city or country. At different points in my life, or year, or day I can look at the same thing and see it in a completely new way. I realize Im not the first person to be inspired by nature, but I find it amazing how we can all be inspired so uniquely by it. I am a pretty practical person; I feel designs should have form AND function. I USE all of my designs to ensure ease of use, aesthetic appeal, and versatility. If at the end of the day I don't love it, it goes back to the drawing board; or on the back burner; or just tossed on the 'prototype' pile. I also make sure all my designs are items I personally would love to give as gifts.