[Cara Enteles Vines, 26.5" x 22.5" Watercolor and mixed media on paper.]
In the past I've talked about my appreciation for Cara Enteles' work, so I'm happy to report that she is represented in Emily Amy Gallery's latest exhibition, Down the Rabbit Hole: The Influence of the Strange and the Familiar, opening September 10 and continuing through October 23, 2010.
Also included in the show are Georgia-based artists, Jennifer Cawley and Zuzka Vaclavik. Zuzka was the first subject of my ongoing Artists' Palettes series launched in 2009. Funny thing about that series: it led to a preoccupation with work tables and some "rabbit hole" searches of a different kind. Check out these indestructible American-made beauties from AT-95.
Salvaged solid American White Oak planks in a bourbon finish serve as the tabletop for the Drafting Base Table. Its pedestal is cast iron in a cabriolet-style patterned after a 1920’s model. Unexpected bonus: it can withstand a 2,000 pound load.
A Double Drafting Base Table is available too. Check out the entire collection here.