Preview Party Friday, December 2, 2016 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. (exclusive, ticketed pre-shopping event and party)
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Gardens Oy Vey Nursery, Wolfgang Marquardt and Diane Meucci, Arlington, TN
“Over the last few years, we have specialized in these rustic miniature gardens. We have ‘Indoor Low Light Gardens,’ winter hardy ’Outdoor Shade Gardens,’ winter hardy ‘Sun Gardens’ and ‘Indoor Sunny Window Gardens.’ All are ‘Hypertufa’ containers, a mix of portland cement, peat moss and sand.
We will have printed care instructions with each container. Prices range from $18.00 to $180.00 for our larger containers.
Our very creative left hand Liam Boyd puts most of these together, in the picture he demonstrated how he does it at the ‘Dixon Gallery and Gardens.'”
See their work on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/nursery.inside.a.garden
Sydney Gruber, Tuscaloosa, AL
Sydney Gruber is a southern artist who specializes in reimagining and rejuvenating the mundane with vibrant swirls and patterns of paint. Gruber was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee, but has set her roots in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Beginning as an extensive harvest of home décor, Sydney began as an alchemy artist who restored gently used furnishings to give them new life.
Her body of work embodies the philosophy of recognizing the underlying beauty of layers—the potential—with immense attention to detail and depth play within the hues to encourage joy. Through vision and revision, her artistic endeavors crafted a personal panache signature.
Sydney loves tackling new, unconventional mediums and collaborating to create custom works of art meant to bring a warm personal touch to her clients’ homes.
Emily Defenbaugh is an Intern of HottyToddy.com. She can be reached at email@example.com.