We are so honored to be featured in the latest issue of Art Mag. Writer Emily Reyna interviewed our founder, Andy Jahde, to learn more about the vision and process behind our epic Alice in Wonderland photoshoot this past Spring.
Ever lose touch with your inner creative because the stress of life makes it difficult to take time to simply sit and breathe?
Here's your chance to join us for an intimate gathering of yoga, meditation, and leather-making to connect to your breath, create your own premium leather tassel keychain, and captivate your mind with the joy of being present.
Like a stress ball but much more beautiful and significant, you can use this keychain as your daily reminder that ALL IS GOOD.
We've teamed up with Ayurvedic Health Counselor, Caryn O'Hara, for a very special evening built to calm the nerves, open the mind, and expand the heart.
It's scientifically proven, we feel better when we slow down and spend quality time with each other. We feel confident when we are in creative process.
With this in mind, this event will start with a soothing yoga practice in our beautiful courtyard followed by bites as we transition to the leather studio where we will handcraft our own beautiful leather tassel keychain.
Picture yourself going home after the event feeling more creative, connected, and convinced you will not lose your keys now that you have this beautiful token to keep your life organized and your mind recalling this time of joy and ease.
Only 10 spots. Reserve yours here.
We are so excited to present a very special Artist Pop-Up during this year's Spoleto Festival in Charleston.
From May 25th to June 10th, we're offering one emerging artist pro-bono gallery space in our Queen Street studio, situated in the heart of the historic Arts District and just steps from galleries, the Gibbes Museum of Art, and Dock Street Theatre.
So who did we select?
An incredibly talented Charleston painter and visual artist, Alexandria Searles, who creates under the moniker MorowaMosai. Her work will be on display in our space for the duration of Spoleto Festival, so you can pop in and browse her newest pieces on your way to theater shows in our neighborhood!
We also hope you'll join us to kick off the festival with an afternoon Artist Meet & Greet on May 25th! Enjoy light refreshments and meet both Alexandria and our founder, Andrea Jahde, before you head out to the evening's events!
Get all the details here.
Alexandria Searles, also known as MorowaMosai, is a graphic design major who specializes in creating original works of art. Her style can be described as Afrocentric and Empowered Femininity.
Says Alex, "I feel fortunate that I am able to use this gift to inspire, advocate, and promote diversity across racial and cultural divides. It is my goal to inspire others to pursue their dreams with urgency, advocate for people of color and women, while forging a bridge through our shared commonalties- we are more alike than we are different."
In addition to offering live event paintings, paint classes, and commissioned works, Alexandria has also hosted a Black History Experience in Charleston for the past four years. A painting promoting “Unity” hangs in Mayor Tecklenberg’s office, and her moving mural created with Lowcountry Local Works (Chicora Neighborhood) was featured on “Bounce Around Charleston” and the Her Story podcast.
Alex currently teaches art techniques to middle school children through Metanoia, and collaborates with violinist Daniel D. via Facebook Live -- he plays while she paints. She continues to evolve as an artist and hone her craft by experimenting with new mediums and techniques.