by kathy patton | LakewoodObserver.com
Art, fashion and delicious food will come together for the opening celebration of Dovecote, a new work/display space in the Screw Factory Studios at Lake Erie building in Lakewood. Open to the public for the first time, Dovecote will feature a carefully selected collection of artwork and made-from-scratch jewelry and accessories, which range in price from $20 to $500. Cleveland’s newest food truck, Umami Moto, will be on-site for the occasion, selling their authentic Asian, Thai and Vietnamese cuisine.
“It’s an honor to be a part of the Screw Factory Studios. We are thrilled to have a space to interact with clients, permanently display our work, and have a place to feature our favorite artists, too,” said resident printmaker Sarah E Darby. She and her co-owners, silversmith jewelers Teresa Crompton and Kathy Patton, will display their new work and workspace along with guest artists Daniel Echeverry, Jackie Adamany of Blue Orchid Handbags and the Orwell-inspired leather clutches of Meghan Willis of TsuruBride.
Dovecote is located on the third floor, space 337, of 13000 Athens Avenue. The opening party will begin at 6pm on Friday, March 11th. For more information, please see DovecoteCleveland.com or write to firstname.lastname@example.org.