Anne of Carversville is jumping off into new spaces each day. I shared Tuesday that two of our collections each month are now in Giant Steps gallery in Rittenhouse Square Philadelphia.
GlamTribale at Hidden Treasures Market in Lancaster, PA.
I’m thrilled to announce that we are returning to Lancaster, Pa — the first place we showed GlamTribale jewelry this summer — as a founding member of Hidden Treasurers market.The space at 225 N. Prince St — located in the heart of the art gallery district — will formally open for first Friday on January 4, 2013.
Hours this weekend are at Hidden Treasures Art & Crafts Christmas Expo 2012:
Fri: 12/21 10am-9pm
Sat: 12/22 10am-5pm
Sun: 12/23 10am-4pm
A Lancaster plan is in motion for both GlamTribale and our lower price collection Tribale2. I’ve had such a warm reception in the community, with Hidden Treasures owner Steve Groff and manager Macajah Brown very commited to our expanding GlamTribale concept.
These images are the first of our permanent booth in Hidden Treasures, 225 N. Prince St. Lancaster, PA. After this weekend, we will return again for the grand opening celebration the weekend of January 4, 2013. Join us there to celebrate the new year in style with a special fashion show and many other artistic events.
Dan Eldon: Muse to GlamTribale
My life is in a very special place with so many events happening at once. People that I’ve touched very personally with the evolution of Anne of Carversville are very close to me today in unexpected ways.
No one has influenced the spirit and conscience of AOC more than Dan Eldon, the young photojournalist who was covering the famine and unrest in Somalia in 1993 and was killed when an enraged crowd turned against Dan and three other western journalists, killing him in a brutal attack.
Read the incredible story of how Dan Eldon and I have intersected now, in a new relationship with Dan’s mother Kathy Eldon and the Creative Visions foundation. GlamTribale Takes Muse Dan Eldon to Hidden Treasures Lancaster Market Opening. ~ Anne