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PEACE

I made this years ago, inspired by a woman on the NYC subway who had a super chic punk rock style.  She was covered with piercings and tattoos, but the thing that caught my attention the most was the peace sign that she had made out of safety pins on the back of her denim jacket.  I remember thinking about how artful it looked and also thinking how symbolic the image was...how fragile peace is and how this strong young woman spun it into something edgy and even rebellious just by the way she wore it.  Her message seemed to be that peace, however tenuous, is worth fighting for.  Couldn't agree more! The past year has not exactly felt calm...

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Holiday Pop-Up

I love a good Pop-Up and am happy to be a part of the one that Field + Supply is hosting for the holidays at Little Village Kingston, in Kingston, NY.  Going on now through January 9th, Wednesday - Sunday 10AM - 5PM.  Located at 17 Railroad Avenue, near Village Coffee and Goods.  Thank you for supporting us!

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Pop-Up at ABC Carpet & Home

I'm over the moon that M+A NYC is participating in a Pop-Up at ABC Carpet & Home's iconic flagship store in NYC, hosted by Field + Supply.  It's been one of my favorite home stores for as long as I can remember.  Their merchandisers and visual display experts are true masters, and they have a unique and special way of presenting lots of different and beautiful products together in really compelling vignettes. For a limited time, if you live in or near NYC, this is a great opportunity to see a bunch of our textiles up close, as well as the work of over 30 F+S designers and makers participating in the Pop-Up.  Hope to see you there!  Here is...

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KINGSTON DESIGN SHOWHOUSE 2020

Still thinking about how wonderful and inspiring the Third Annual Kingston Design Showhouse was last month.  I feel lucky and honored to have been a part of it.   It made me so happy to see M+A NYC in a couple of the rooms in this grand old house, and to see our pieces mixed in so beautifully with the work of other designers that I greatly admire.  Am grateful to Krishna Fitzpatrick of Krishna Fitzpatrick Interiors and Maryline Damour and Melvin Jones of Damour Drake for including me in their projects.

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