Sunday, August 18, 2013

Our move! | Final Fridays at Essential Goods | Emily Emerson :: Flights of Fancy | Grand Opening at 825 Mass!

We've been a bit quiet lately, and there is a reason for it- we are moving to 825 Massachusetts in less than two weeks and have been very busy prepping for our move, bringing in new artists and moving everything over into our new location! We are thrilled to be a more integral part of Downtown Lawrence and for all of the wonderful artwork we carry to be more visible to the public!. We are excited to be collaborating with The Phoenix Gallery (our new next door neighbors) as well. We will be closed until our grand opening at 825 Mass on Friday, August 30th. We would love for you to join us on our opening day for Final Fridays, as we have much to celebrate and have a lot of great new artwork for you check out! Illustrator Emily Emerson will be our artist this Final Friday and we cannot wait to check out her new work that evening! There will be oodles of great artwork by numerous local and regional artisans, snacks to snack on, drinks to drink, and a lot of folks out enjoying a lovely evening of Final Fridays downtown. We would love to see you that evening— please see our invite to you below...

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Please Join us this Final Fridays in Downtown Lawrence at our new location - 825 Mass. St. - for artist Emily Emerson's reception and our Grand Opening! We have a lot to celebrate and would love for you to join us! 

Work by artists Allan Chow and Michael McCaffrey will be in the Phoenix Underground Gallery, located in Essential Goods.

::Artist Bio::
Emily is an aspiring illustrator who was born and raised in Lawrence. As a child who was always drawing, she soon learned that animals make beautiful subjects, full of life. In her work, you will find whimsical, colorful depictions of nature. The artists that have had the most profound impact on Emily's work are those that write and illustrate storybooks. She loves to see how an illustrator tells a narrative through lines and colors. Emily dreams of providing future inspiration by illustrating children's books and telling stories with her own images.