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  • Marian McEvory for Coleen & Company - Maisie Light
  • Marian McEvory for Coleen & Company - Maisie Light
  • Marian McEvory for Coleen & Company - Maisie Light
  • Marian McEvory for Coleen & Company - Maisie Light
  • Marian McEvory for Coleen & Company - Maisie Light
  • Marian McEvory for Coleen & Company - Maisie Light

ARTIST SERIES: Marian McEvoy for Coleen & Co. - Maisie

Price:
$4,950.00

Product Description

The first in our artist series is this stunning work on our Maisie shade light, designed and hand drawn by artist Marian McEvoy.  Marian created 4 different floral patterns using different styles of enamel paint pens and Coleen & Company artisans hand applied the gold leaf trim.  The base color is our standard "Ivory".  

 

IN STOCK

TO ORDER BY PHONE PLEASE CALL:   310.606.2050

Email Inquiries:  info@coleenandcompany.com

Standard:  Shade - Top 15.5" dia. Bottom 20" dia. Height 9" / Overall Height 17.25"   

  • Sockets:  5 x candleabra base
  • Wattage: Max 60 Watts each socket
  • Handmade and finished by artisans in Los Angeles, CA
  • UL Rated

 

ABOUT MARIAN MCEVOY

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Marian grew up in California and moved to Paris, France in 1975, where she lived for 17 years. In Paris, Marian was European fashion editor for Women’s War Daily, and also contributed articles focusing on fashion, decorating, travel and entertaining to the International  Herald Tribune, French Vogue, American Harper’s Bazaar, Egoiste and French Elle. 


Marian worked with Shisedo‘s art director, photographer Serge Lutens for three years before moving to New York, where she became editor in chief for American Elle in 1990.   In 1993, she was named editor in chief of Elle Decor where she remained for 10 years. Marian edited House Beautiful for 2 years, and subsequently wrote regularly for  Domino magazine and Wall Street Journal before taking up her current passion for ‘“making things with my hands.’” She wrote a book about glue gunning, and is the author of another book focused on the work of the late Moroccan-based American decorator, Bill Willis. 

Today, her botanical collages, illustrated lamp shades and corkillage objects and framed mirrors can be found at the KRB store in New York City.  Mm is also working on a group of decorative fabrics for Kerry Joyce Textiles, and a dinner plate design project which she describes as “barely started and top secret for the moment.”

She lives in a “tiny house with a huge view” on the Hudson River where you can most often find her in her “beloved but cram-packed craft room.”

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