Whole Creative Trunk Show
Sunday, May 1, 12-5 pm
Garage Door Studio is having a trunk show featuring Whole Creative jewelry and a selection of artists highlighting Mother’s Day gift worthy items! Enjoy champagne sherbet punch and pimento cheese bites while shopping local for a handmade gift for mom.
About Whole Creative
Meredith and Jean started as neighbors, then great friends, and now run a business together. They have used their creativity in different fields, but together, jewelry design called to them.
With a focus on building a reputation for classic, modern jewelry pieces, Whole Creative’s jewelry was picked up by various stores in Atlanta. Meredith and Jean’s pieces are handcrafted with mixed metal chain, natural stone, leather, spoon pieces, natural brass, and beads. Hand-knotted beading and wire wrapping are hallmarks of their craft, as well as curating elements involved in each piece.
Check out some other artists we’re highlighting with a focus on unique gifts for mom!
Olive + Trixie
With an emphasis on thrifted materials and estate sale finds, Olive + Trixie reflects the beauty that can be found in the old, unwanted and discarded. Anna’s creations have a vintage soul that lives to bring a smile to your face.
$38, 5×7 photo transfer on metal, mounted on wood.
by Jennifer Upton Photography
A self-taught photographer who calls Atlanta, Georgia, home, Jennifer Upton records a visual diary of her neighborhood and city, exploring where her eyes and legs lead her. Check out her Avondale Estates series!
$195, “Mama llama” 10″ x 20″ on canvas
Lacy is passionate about putting new life into old things and believes there is beauty in everything. She paints, illustrates, creates dioramas, paper crafts….she is a true maker!
Black Berries Fascinator, $65
Derby Day is just around the corner (May 7th) and Susan Moreland of Suzseams Millinery will be selling her hat and fascinator creations at GDS for one day only!
From her website: “Drawing inspiration from milliners like Caroline Reboux, the illustrations of Erte, and the designs of Paul Poiret, Susan’s own aesthetic reflects a playful mix of historical references and the use of traditional materials like fur felt, cellophane straw, and unique and evocative vintage embellishments.”
“After years of hearing women say “I don’t look good in hats” for innumerable reasons, Susan has found that too few women realize they can wear hats, or most of all, know how the perfect hat can change the way they see themselves.”