A collaboration of talented artists gathered together
to celebrate and express individual creativity.
Musicians, Floral Designers, Chefs, Graphic Designers, Lighting Designers,
Event Planners and …yes, Writers, we are united artists striving to create innovative
unbeige expressions to our clients and to ourselves.
TableArt recently collaborated with Artesano Events and Catering, Elan Artists,
Eventions Productions and Two PaperDolls for a fantastic event at the Artesano Gallery.
We share with you the story of our unbeige artistic rendezvous.
Glass containers designed with white floating candles and perfect white anemones were symmetrically placed at proper eye level to provide a focal point.
Artesano Gallery is a loft style, converted warehouse, exhibiting magnificent,
hand forged iron artwork. The wooden benches with red velvet seat cushions shown on the far left in the image above that was TableArt‘s inspiration for the dramatic 3-D buffet composition. Ironically, when edited images from Shane Carpenter Weddings came in, it was discovered that this bench was inspiration for our photographers and musicians.
Unbeige red carnations were designed to represent
the red velvet bench seat cushion. The four “benches” of carnations created a square frame for the 3-D, geometric buffet design. This design created plenty of space for
Artesano Catering and Events to place platters and trays.
Repeating circles and orbs using different materials,
collectively created a impressionable, three dimentional art installation.
Carte Blanche is a unique jazz group that can transport listeners from
an American speakeasy, to a Parisian Cafe, to the streets of Havana.
They have the ability to perform in six different languages.
Subtle amber uplights provided by Eventions Produtions
created a warm environment for intimate conversation. It was interesting to discover that what was TableArt‘s initial inspiration for decor,
unfolded to be a part of the evening for our guests and fellow artists.
Kelly Cook of Artesano Catering and Events showcased her incredible talent as an internationally trained chef with innovative tastes and exquisite food styling.
This unique image of the shadow of the chandelier captures the contemporary, photojournalistic vision of Shane Carpenter Weddings
represented by Elan Artists. These images have been possible by the brilliant lighting provided by Evention Productions.
Below are additional unbeige images of lighting and photgraphy.
The invitation sets the tone and builds the buzz for any event. With paper as the canvas,
Two PaperDolls created two dimensional art that graphically painted the picture to guests of the evening to come. We have taken a different approach of sharing with you the image of the invitation created by TwoPaperDolls at the end of our story to show how brilliantly the invitation captured the details of the evening from the font to the fabulous background.
These are a few of the talented artists we have the pleasure of working with on this beautiful evening.
Pictured from left to right, 1st row: Jamie Romansky, TableArt; Kathy Warden,TableArt; Ivan Roa, Artesano Events and Catering; Vanessa Kreckel, Two PaperDolls; Christina Hadlow, TableArt; Gretchen Clements, Elan Artists.
Pictured from left to right, 2nd row: Josh Friedman, Elan Artists; Rian Winther, Eventions Productions; Marnie Cullen, TableArt; Anna Davis, Open Eye Documentary; Shane Carpenter, Shane Carpenter Weddings.
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