On Tuesday night, amid a budding retail resurgence, Siriano, the designer known for red carpet inclusivity and emphatic sound bites, opened The Collective West, a “mini department store” in Westport, Connecticut, the coastal suburb where he bought a house just before the start of the pandemic in 2020 and where he now splits his time with his New York apartment.
I was honored to be featured among the various artists in his collection at the opening. On display is one of my pieces from my 2018 Inception Series- a group that marks the start of my painting directly on very large 9'x7' unstretched canvases.
The opening show was a unique and exciting experience that combined art, fashion and community, bringing together art lovers and fashion enthusiasts alike. It was a celebration of creativity and inspiration, and a delightful showcase of how art and fashion can beautifully merge.
Click HERE to see more of the showcase and some of the process that goes into the work I create.