NEWSLETTER EDITION #102
As our thoughts turn to Fall here, we want to share some new art with you for Fall design projects. Although some have circa dates as early as 1800, they are new to us or newly rediscovered in the archive.
These dark ground florals range in circa dates from c.1840-1970. We love the mix of decades and even centuries for the design depth they create even while they play well together.
New to the archive in Seattle, these classically beautiful paintings on paper are circa 1880-1960. We see them for many uses for home and home décor design and for the right fashion brands. Examples: the red ground floral would be gorgeous printed on silk chiffon and the grey ground floral would be beautiful as sleepwear.
Who doesn’t love Woodblock prints? Simply knowing the work that went into making the complex blocks is one thing. Plus knowing that the printing was done by hand and the watchful eye of the printer, it is no wonder they are imbued with so much beauty. This group is in lovely fall colors and each has some intricate design elements to consider.
We are happy to report that our Studio is busy and happy and energized because Designers are coming in again to work in person!! We love to have the creative spark in our loft space. Other ways to work with us: Zoom appointments, actual Design Packages & Digital Image Assortments. What is best for you?
Have you checked out our Online Shop?
How about the new Showcase Gallery through Pattern Cloud?
There are designs in most categories now with more added each week.
You can also make pinboards to gather prints you like and hold them there until you decide.