SIGN IN
MY ACCOUNT

The early work of Henri Matisse
depicted nature using relatable
imagery layered with subjective
overtones - bold brush strokes
and vibrant colors. His critics
called it "Fauvism".

The style was much like that
of the mind's eye during dreams,
when visions of reality take on
a subjective twist.
   
Using laser-cut flowers,
stitched with golden thread,
embroidered to a fine tulle,
and treated with a Fauvist
floral print, the following
pieces attempt to offer a
small introspection on
beauty - a statement that
it is a fine mix of common,
relatable imagery and
the intensely personal.
         
  POLICIES   STORE LOCATOR   iPAD APP   CONTACT   PHILANTHROPY   SHOP NOW