Sunday, September 24, 2017

Open Studio, September 16 -- Part 2

Making the Scene at
My Open Studio
A few dozen friends and family gathered on a September Saturday for an Open Studio event at the live/work space of artist, Carol Markel. On display were her unique, 20s-style hats, hand-painted one-off dresses and her brightly lacquered necklaces.

The event, "It's Often Cloudy in Deauville," was themed to evoke the 20s and 30s in the seaside town of Deauville, France, and other posh beach scenes as recorded by the French photographers, the Séeberger brothers.
Artist, Ashley, one of my talented guests.
She made her charming dress.
She is also a top-notch baker.
Clothing designer, Martina.
 Valerie, of the Idiosyncratic Fashionistas.
 Valerie and Jean, the Idiosyncratic Fashionistas, who
were named 2017 Today Show Style Heroes.
 Holding Polly, my niece, Sarah with
my sister, Jeanne and nephew, Jack.
 Admiring Jean's I-Phone case.
 Artist, Damon Zucconi
Tecla, Barbara and Jeanne.
Orange and blue is the new color combo.

Many thanks to photographer, Denton Taylor
 for the above photographs.

Jeanne and Polly peek while
Sarah models "Bathing Cap."
Actress Roya Shanks is
known for her extensive vintage clothing
collection. She is also the hostess at The
Odeon, a great restaurant in Manhattan.
Roya and her husband, Aaron Bender
 Artist, Sue Kreitzman, wearing a 
robe adorned with a Chris Ofili tea towel speaks
with my sister, Susan.
 Elizabeth Weiss, Richard's student when he
taught at Tyler School of Art, paid him a visit.
 Teresa Taylor
 Elke Kuhn with a
Carol Markel necklace.
 Marja Sansom.
Dayle, Artful City Style, 
wearing her Carol Markel necklace
"Le Boom-Boom."
Elizabeth Kent with
her friend, Patricia.

À Bientôt!

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