Cardinal Eyewear is a Latin American Company that has become a creator of hand-made eyewear for both men and women. They only use certified wood from FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) and Carl Zeiss optics to create very hip and minimal frames. The company has strong commitment to the preservation of our environment, social responsibility and sustainable production – eco friendly and stylish!
Adrift in My Mind
These reclaimed wood pieces are handmade in Houston by Bri Land. What’s really incredible is the perfect, dreamy way these pieces have been captured in product shots by Bri’s colleague Alyssa Renee. Browse her Etsy shop for beautiful art shot in beautiful homes with lots of darling plants and other cool objects. It’s eye candy that I can’t wait to see in person.
Kristen Saksa Juen
Kristen says about her work, “I create functional and sculptural modern ceramics for unique spaces. I am deeply inspired by nature. The textures and forms that I love from the outdoors, have greatly shaped my creativity as an artist. All of my pieces are hand-built by me. I love the creative process of working with clay and I hope to inspire creativity in others. When people hold my ceramics, I hope they know my sincere joy for creating in clay.”
Houston Writers Guild
The Guild was founded in 1998 by Roger Paulding with seven participants and has grown to more than 200 active members today. Over its first fifteen years, the Guild sponsored 36 workshops and six 2-day conferences. Roger led the group until 2013, when he passed the reins to Pamela Fagan Hutchins. On September 17, 2014, after a terrific year of leadership, Pamela passed the torch on to Fernanda Brady and Denise Satterfield. Together they are geared up to take HWG to a higher level.
Jon Clark will be exhibiting sculptures at Pop Shop Houston and is in residence at the Contemporary Craft Museum in Houston. He says about his work, “I work with a collection of found objects, manipulated and repurposed to my interpretation of nature’s process of intrinsic mathematical and divine proportions. My current artwork is constructed of office supplies and uses nature’s mathematical formulas to create familiar biological elements. The Divine Proportion is the bass line equation for my creative process to unfold. Found in nature from the furthest stars to our fingertips, the Divine Proportion can be used as a tool for discovery and understanding of regenerative and harmonious forms.”
Pop Shop Summer Festival takes place
June 13th 12-9pm & June 14th 12-7pm
at Silver Street Studios, 2000 Edwards Houston 77007
RSVP to Pop Shop Houston Here.
Purchase A VIP Pass -or- Hands On Workshop Pass Here.