Two more artist features below!
Kayla Soo-Youn Kim, IA ’11, is a recent grad who will be debuting a line of custom printed textiles and shower curtains. Kayla has a strong visual style with an architectural focus on connecting interior and exterior spaces.
Learn more about Kayla at her website and visit her at Booth 322.
Elisa DeFeo, CR ’03, is a ceramicist drawing inspiration from feelings of containment and comfort. Her work mixes flat and glossy surfaces with decorative patterns to highlight the shape of the vessel.
Visit Elisa’s work at her website and stop by Booth 506 on Saturday, December 8.
Only five days to go before the sale!
Jason Silverman, CR ’95, creates hand thrown pottery in his Philadelphia studio. Jason’s ceramic work features vibrant glazing and a unique swirl in the bottom of his mugs and dinnerware.
Learn more about Jason at his website and visit him at Booth 101. Jason’s booth is usually quite busy so visit him early!
Alecia Underhill, IL ’88, is a skilled painter with a knack for capturing the beauty of horses. Known for her paintings, Alecia is also the creator a “Horses from A to Z”, a poster of and alphabet of horses.
You can get a sneak peek of Alecia’s work at her website and visit her at Booth 510.
Today’s featured artists are both illustrators and authors that are neighbors at the RISD Holiday Alumni Art Sale. I’ll be visiting them both to on behalf of two nieces that are fans of Anna Alter and Grace Lin.
Anna Alter, IL ’97. If you love cute animals doing cute things and books written for cute people, you’ll enjoy Anna’s numerous children’s book and her adorable illustrations. Check out her blog here for a preview of her work. Warning: bunnies.
Visit Anna at Booth 614!
Grace Lin, IL ’96, is the author and illustrator of many children and young reader books, themed around the Asian-American experience. Your pint-sized loved-ones will love her colorful illustrations and original stories. Preview Grace’s work on her website before you visit the sale.
Be sure to stop by Booth 612 to visit Grace and her wonderful collection of stories.
On our fourth day of features, we’re highlighting the work of Yong Joo Kim and Leslie Evans!
Yong Joo Kim, J+M ’09, transforms unconventional materials, like Velcro, into thoughtfully crafted, elegant works of wearable art. And if you don’t think ‘Velcro’ and ‘elegance’ belong in the same sentence, get ready to change your tune.
Yong Joo’s work is driven by her desire to help people find their inner beauty and her wearing her work always results in a dialogue.
Preview her work on her website before visiting her at Booth 327.
Leslie Evans, PR ‘75, owner of Sea Dog Press, designs and produces charming, illustrative prints that appeal to art fans of all ages… especially the animal lovers. In addition to prints and drawings, Leslie will also have a great collection of holiday cards and gifts for the letterpress lovers on your list.
You can check out her illustration and printed work here before stopping by Booth 129.