My transfer to Anthropologie Naperville was in the middle of the window design process. I was provided a design sketch based on a standing pleat prototype that I used as a basis for the structure.
The pleated paper and structure were created behind the scenes before installation.
Framing Boards, Wood Pieces, Glass, Dowel Rod, Copper Wire, Copper Foil, Stain, Lacquer.
A representation of structure, balance, composition, and color.
The Box Project
Cardboard, Cardstock, Watercolor Paper, Watercolor Paint, Colored Pencil, Crafting Glitter, Silver and Copper Foil, Thread, Fairy Lights.
A reflection of winter transitioning into spring.
Shimmering stars entry display. I assisted Liz Flores Callahan (Display Coordinator) and Abby Vombrack (Visual Sales Associate) with embossing, cutting, and assembling foil stars, as well as installation.
Floral Cone Display. I assisted Liz Flores Callahan (Display Coordinator) with cutting, dying, and painting the flowers.
Wine Bottle Chandelier. I assisted Liz Flores Callahan (Display Coordinator) with cleaning, treating, and hanging the bottles.
"Earth Day" windows. Inspired by the Amazonian rain forests. I created and installed the banana grouping in the center panel.
Tapestries inspired by Monet. I assisted Emily Kozik Perigo (Display Coordinator) with painting and wrapping the tapestry edges with raffia.
"Caught Amid A Summer Field." Design inspired by impressionist art and a mirror-effect into reality. I assisted Emily Kozik Perigo (Display Coordinator) with color matching to the photographic image, painting the wood pieces, and painting the impressionist-style background.
My fine art portfolio, where cohesion doesn't exist and the concepts don't matter.