Rosemarine Textiles was featured in the Summer/Autumn edition of Metro Detroit Weddings’ Meet The Maker series. In this interview I discuss my path to becoming a textile artist and business owner and how Rosemarine Textiles products are made in the Southwest Detroit studio. Photos by CJ Benniger and interview by Elizabeth Swanson.Read More
an ethereal styled shoot with a forest of flowers, soft, draping fabrics and a rustic old building.Read More
An interview and studio tour with Carrie Haus, the ceramic artist behind Held Ceramics. See her Hamtramck clay studio and retail shop and learn about how she balances operating a creative small business and life.Read More
"Soft hints of a wave; the beauty found in imperfection; Venus emerging from the white foams of a Mediterranean tide.
Swirling together the naturalness of earth and stone, the philosophy of wabi sabi , and the mystery of the wine-dark sea, the Odyssey Collection by Goldeluxe is an art object for the ages—your own personal sculpture."
I'm excited to continue to share the work of some of my friends and favorite local business owners - what their creative process is like, the day-to-day of running their businesses, and what they're working towards. This week I'm chatting with Courtney Jentzen, a Detroit based artist and illustrator behind Swiss Cottage Designs.Read More
A selection of lovely items made by woman owned small businesses perfect for holiday gifting.Read More
At our studio Five Palms Detroit we hosted Mandy Lancia of The Glossary. There she facilitated a panel of local Detroit women creative small business owners. We chatted about our successes and failures over the years, what keeps us going, what are goals are for the future and more.Read More
Last month I had the pleasure of collaborating on a fun and experimental photoshoot with photographer Anastasia Cheatham, florist and all around plant whisperer Evelyn Block and model Naomi Ning in my Eastern Market studio.Read More
A sweet late summer styled shoot planned and designed by florist Liz Mally of LPF Blooms.Read More
This week we’re chatting with Eileen Lee of Aura Aura and Grey Area Detroit - on running two businesses, working with her partner and moving back to Detroit after being in LA for seven years.Read More
I’m starting an interview series where I talk to local Detroit women creative business owners about their process, their experience owning a business and how it fits into the broader culture of living in Detroit. First up is Libby Trajkovski of Goldeluxe Jewelry - designer, owner and maker behind the line of beautiful minimalist jewelry.Read More