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Tag Archives: designer

Champagne & Shopping

Nov

30

Join us at the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens for the shopping experience of the season, Champagne & Shopping. Enjoy holiday music and complimentary champagne and appetizers. There are discounts for everyone of 15% on Wednesday and 10% on Thursday, this is in addition to the regular 10% members discount. Champagne and Shopping provides a unique opportunity for you to support the programs and activities of the Cummer Museum…

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Future Retro Designer Portfolios: Harley Earl

Jun

18

Written by Staci Bu Shea, Guest Curator for Future Retro Image source: media.gm.com To begin this series of blog posts related to significant car designers, there is no better way than to introduce the figure who can be credited with almost single-handedly establishing the field of automobile design as a major entity in its own […]

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#9 Rolph Scarlett – Abstraction

Oct

18

A native of Guelph, Ontario, Canada, Scarlett was an industrial and theatrical designer, jeweler, and artist who turned to abstraction after meeting the Swiss artist Paul Klee in 1919.  His work gained the attention of Hilla Rebay and Solomon Guggenheim, who were organizing the Museum of Non-Objective Painting (now the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum). Scarlett […]

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