Posted on July 08, 2014 by 6 | 0 Comments
Hi PARISH friends! I hope everyone had a wonderful 4th of July! I know I did... the weather was absolutely amazing and I had so much fun spending time with friends and family at the beach! Today, we have some really exciting news to share with everyone! We are having a trunk show in two weeks on Thursday July 24th showcasing Vintage Green Jewelry by the ever so talented, Edith Ann Hunt, as well as, local Montgomery artist, Amanda Roberson! This is going to be such a fun collaboration and we hope that everyone can come out and get some pretty jewelry and/or artwork!! Edith Ann's jewelry is absolutely to die for... here is a little sneak peek about her and her work as well as some fabulous pieces from her website!!
"Thanks to her grandmother, Edith Anne Hunt fell in love with vintage jewelry at a young age.
Born and raised in Atlanta, Edith Anne also inherited the 'jewelry gene' from watching her mother design, produce, and manage her own jewelry business. In 2009, the Auburn University grad started Vintage Green out of a desire to give life to old, one-of-a-kind pieces from her grandmotherâs collection.
The name 'Vintage Green' symbolizes Edith Anne's passion for vintage in a repurposed fresh contemporary style. Though the jewelry line is always evolving, Edith Anne remains committed to using vintage and antique pieces such as, deco brass chain, antique buckles, and vintage brooches in her unique designs."
Local artist, Amanda Roberson's artwork is absolutely amazing... her medium of choice is typically watercolor sketches, portraits, etc... but we are going to be displaying her abstracts that are equally fabulous! Here is a little snipet about Amanda and some of her work!!
"I have had an interest in art ever since I can remember. I started my professional career as an Interior Designer and have a degree from Auburn University to match. I started to create paintings for friends and clients around 2006 and I have been painting everyday since. I paint mostly in watercolor, acrylic and gouache, but I love to experiment in new techniques and mediums. It is my goal as an artist to capture the beauty of Godâs creation in the world all around us.
I currently live and work in Montgomery, Alabama with my husband and two small children. Faith, family and friends are my favorite things along with running, reading and sewing.
I love working with commissions and welcome your questions and inquiries. Turning your treasured memories into works of art is one of my favorite parts of my job. Click on the contact tab above to start your conversation."