EVENTS

Local makers & creators Driveway Show
Sunday, December 6 from 12-4pm

Due to necessity, I've turned my drive way into a fitting area so I can still

see my clients while we wear masks and do our best to keep our social distance.
It's been working out well, so I hosted a "Driveway Moment" at my home in

Elkins Park featuring other makers and creators on October 3.

It was a so much fun ans a success for us all, so we decided to to it again!


Join me and my fellow makers and creators for any last minute holiday gifts and treats.

We'll have everything from clothing to accessories to jewelry to soft furnishings to pound cakes!

310 Sterling Road, Elkins Park, PA 19027

text 267-626-0717

Images from the October show

The Sterling Road Salon

The Sterling Road Salon is meant to be evocative of the Salons which flourished in France throughout the 17th and 18th centuries.

I love this definition I found:

“A Salon is a gathering of people under the roof of an inspiring host, held partly to amuse one another and partly to refine the taste and increase the knowledge of the participants through conversation. These gatherings often consciously followed Horace's definition of the aims of poetry, "to either please or educate" ("aut delectare aut prodesse") "

So that's our goal: “to please and/or to educate” and to be in good company!

 

Each month, I am hosting an Open Studio featuring someone from either the Visual Arts, the Performing Arts or the Healing Arts.

Please contact me if you'd like to be a featured Artisan or a guest at future Salons.

Past Salons:
  • Watercolor Workshop & Vegan Meal with Vessna Scheff

  • Create your own Zen Bonsai Pot with Sweet Succulent Creations

  • Discover the Power of Chanting with Nakul Sabharwal

  • Going to the Dogs with Dog Coach, Judy Dyke

  • T-Shirt Hacking workshop taught by yours truly

  • Open Studio featuring Mosaic Artisan Margaret Almon of Nutmeg Designs

  • Holiday Open House and Client Celebration

It's been said....

“There's more to clothing than just adornment.

It does more than merely change

how the world perceives us.

It changes how we perceive ourselves.”
 

― Jacqueline Carey, Naamah's Kiss

​"One should either be a work of art,

or wear a work of art"
 

― Oscar Wilde

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