Monday, June 1, 2009

Starbucks

Pfewf! It's been a busy few weeks here in Milwaukee.  Starting today, for the entire month of June, our work we'll be on display and for sale at Starbucks in the Historic Third Ward of Milwaukee.  Click here for directions and hours.  Items are priced between $30-$150.  It was encouraging to hear positive comments from the patrons and staff while we were hanging the work.  The rustic elegance of this particular Starbucks makes for a great backdrop for any artwork.  I feel lucky and honored to have work on display there.  If you are in the area, I highly recommend checking out some of the great shops/events that the Third Ward has to offer.  For more info on the area, click here.  If you'd like to visit my shop, click here.  Have a great week all!! ;)







7 comments:

June Shin said...

How awesome! Your photos look great against the exposed brick background.

knack said...

oh my word! How AWESOME!

You are right...your work looks absolutely stunning in that aesthetic! {although I think it would look good framed next to a mud hole as well!}

Congrats! xo

Maizie Designs said...

Yay! That is wonderful. Your work looks BEAUTIFUL hanging there. Such great photos!

LouDuk said...

That is so amazing! How did you come by such a fabulous arrangement? I'm an aspiring photographer, I've hosted some images on the web. I'd like to display my work in some of the local coffee shops but I'm not quite sure how to go about it. Do you have any advice, tips, or help?

LouDuk said...

Hey! I actually cannot remember how I found your blog. I believe I was browsing other photography blogs and just came across it by chance, but I love it. Yours is one of my favorite photography blogs because you show the behind the scenes work. Thank you so much for the advice. Very encouraging to hear from someone. I hope to get my work together in our local coffee shop sometime soon. Keep up the amazing blogging work! :)

iva yaneva said...

wow, everything looks so beautiful, especially against that wall :)
Congrats! that's really great experience :)

IvaY

Richard said...

Way to go chief, looks good! Looks real good! what and awesome opportunity to get your work out in the public eye.