Wednesday, November 23, 2011
It's so exciting to see our friends work featured on such a prominent blog! Karen Seifert (who will be doing a second round of Snapshots & Stitches HERE in December) photographed this "In The Kitchen" post on Design Sponge today. Way to go Karen, we miss you!
Thursday, November 17, 2011
Design meets art on Virginia Street in historic Shockoe Slip with the opening of The Virginia Street Gallery, downtown Richmond’s premier showcase artist collective.
With its mix of fine arts and curated gallery offerings, the Virginia Street Gallery showcases contemporary elegance in fine arts, clothing, jewelry, furniture, quirky gifts and items for the home in an evolving space that is a short walk from the historic Kanawha Canal. Quirk is lucky enough to have a spot at this wonderful market so be sure to stop by and check it out!
Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays: 11am – 8 pm
Sundays 11am – 5pm
The gallery also is open by appointments and for special events.
Address: 114 Virginia Street, Richmond VA 23219 Map & Directions
STUDENTS: The Virginia Street Gallery would like to extend an invitation to students to exhibit and sell their original art work. A special rate of $25 per month for exhibit space will be extended to students. All sales proceeds go directly to the student artist.
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Thursday, November 10, 2011
Check out the work in our new window display! Handcrafted lamps made of reclaimed wood, concrete, and metal by Brian Lopez, our friendly neighbor and owner of Glide Skateboards. These one of a kind lamps truly are a piece or art and look great in pairs.
Our friend Terence just dropped off some vinyl macbook & iphone covers that look like wood and bring some warmth to technology! His notebooks have an equally earthy color pallet and contrasting red rubber band closure.
notebooks are for sale here at Quirk!