Professor Anders asked for a shelf to adorn the passway between her kitchen and living room. When’s she’s cooking or grading papers at the table, her boys are playing video games in the other room. So she wanted cubbies to 1) filter the view, 2) provide a showcase for the art she’s collected during her travels, and 3) extend the lines of her mid-century home.
Speechless. Thank you Claremont Art Walk for the huge honor of featuring me in your monthly zine! Find me and the LdM Showcase there again every first Saturday, April-June, outside the Claremont Packing House. LdM Photo Frames on display, displaying photos of my commissioned work; LdM Record Frames on display, displaying records from a local record store; and more. Enjoy the whole Claremont Village! See you there!
Got records? 100-120 records? Along with a turntable, amp/receiver, cd player, and woofer (sunk to the floor), they'll all groove together in LdM's latest creation. This original design was first made in October 2017 when it debuted and sold at the WestEdge Design Fair.
Luz de Mano's first trade expo could not have been at a better place. WestEdge has grown over the past five years to be the premiere design fair on the west coast by giving independent designers and makers a chance to go big.