Friday, January 8, 2010

It Takes A Village Part 1

I've been taking advantage of some free time, and getting more organized. While thumbing through pictures of projects past, I realized that they all had something in common. I am blessed with the talents of many people, whose hard work, vision, and creativity, I couldn't do without. I'd like to honor, thank, and occasionally showcase them here.

Black Dog Gallery
Joe Lascara

This beautiful floorcloth was produced for Ralph Harvard Designs, N.Y.
You can see it this month at the Winter Antiques Show in New York City.
Elle Shushan booth #61

majority of work by Randy Hess
you can check out some of his other work at

combination hand-painted / block painted
modeled on an 18th century design

This floorcloth resides in the entrance of a New York City home.

Black Dog can do 18th century reproductions, or your own custom design, in most any size.

Randy Hess (left) and Joe Lascara (right) are seen here preparing for the restoration of this late 18th century, hand-guilded, 22kt gold leaf looking glass.

This 10 foot by 32 inch beauty was found on an Eastern Shore Estate, and will be for sale upon completion.

Black Dog has helped me to bring some of my own designs to fruition.

custom 3' x 5' persian rug coffee table / ottoman
solid tulip popular construction
solid cherry legs

custom trumeau mirror
olive wood frame
8" x 10" landscape

custom television chest
late 19th century walnut

customized top drawer
french blue milk paint, with wax finish

Thank You Joe, Matt, Randy, and everyone else at Black Dog. You are amazing!

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