Aphrochic, Brooklyn, NY
High Point Market was the launch of my new pattern collaboration with Jeanine Hays and Bryan Mason of Aphrochic. The inspiration for this collection was florals intermingled with modern dancers. The fabrics that the dancers wear swirl around into organic shapes, sometimes looking like flower petals. This brilliant concept from Jeanine, along with my interpretation of exotic florals and dancer silhouettes made this pattern dramatic, timeless and truly beautiful. This concept allows the viewer to really take a second look at the design to see the hidden and beautiful details. Currently this collection is available as wallpaper and fabric.
AphroChic has been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Elle Decor, House Beautiful, and others. Their interior design firm is listed among New York’s top interior design firms by New York Magazine.
My abstract watercolor artwork, Into the Sea, was chosen to be sold in West Elm stores and online in 2016.
Mahajan Home, Toronto, Canada
This special collaboration with Mahajan Home incorporated my watercolor and digital illustrations for a Christmas home decor collection and a spring floral pattern for fabric applications.
Mahajan Home designs, manufactures and produces home furnishings and decor for global markets.
Rosenstiels, United Kingdom
A select group of my abstract watercolor and acrylic paintings have been licensed by Rosenstiels. Trade customers can purchase Giclee prints and canvas prints through their website and retail consumers can find my artwork on Art.com and in various retail stores throughout the UK and the United States.
Rosenstiels is one of the world's leading Publishers of Fine Art Prints and Posters for the Wall Decor Market, supplying to trade customers in over 100 countries around the world.