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O’Neill studios salon party

14 Mar

by Yulia Mikhalchuk

By the end of first astronomical week, O’Neill studio will host 6th annual salon party! Event will take place on March 24, will feature over 60 artwork of many’s favorite

Maggie O’Neill,

Washington Redskins’ Chris Cooley,

Dominique Fierro,

Rodger Schultz,

Brittany Sims,

Karen Suderman

and Tina Palmer.

Live painting (and live pottering by Cooley!), DJ Big Des, yums by Lincoln, specialty drinks by Wooden Nickel Bar Company are offered to guests. All tickets proceeds benefit Research Down Syndrome, tickets $75 can be purchased in advance only, HERE.

What: 6th annual O’Neill Studios Salon party

When: Saturday, March 24th, 2012

7 p.m. – 11:30 p.m.

Where: Event House

1147 20th street, NW

Washington DC 20036

For more information contact: info@oneillstudios.com or (301) 585 1777

Kindly RSVP by March 22nd

 

Art Jamz VIP preview opening!

08 Mar

by Yulia Mikhalchuk

Art Jamz-ers and the sexiest couple in DC Michael M.Clements and Anchyi Wei finally “residented” their artistic creation on Dupont Circle. The official Art Jamz studio has “VIP-opened” last Wednesday on Connecticut Avenue. Invite-only guests shored in for 1 hour slots to enjoy the new design, artistic company, sips and bites, and the opportunity to create a communal canvas to be hang in the studio. 800 sq.feet space offers creative and lounge areas and will invite for painting sessions for adults and families with kids. Congratulations to the team of AJ and wishing many creative years upon them.

Art Jamz studio is located at

1742 Connecticut Ave NW

To reserve your spot on a next upcoming session, click HERE

As usual, enjoy the pictures.

"The cover"

Dynamic duo behind Art Jamz scenes - Anchyi Wei and Michael M.Clements

Art contributing!

My 5¢ to the big piece!

Space

Color wheel and color wall

Gentle reminder - only small business here! ))

million doors

creative minds even do casual things creatively

Bubbles and art

Moi and Anchyi

 
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Giving is always in fashion by “W” of Worth in L2

30 Aug

by Yulia Mikhalchuk

As a side event to support 5th Annual fall fashion show in Neiman Marcus Mazza Gallerie, Eileen Nelson (of Worth) and yours truly (of DressHopper) hosted a benefit trunk show in L2 on August 25. Beautiful models showcased fall and winter pieces of W by Worth line, and several local photographers had their art displayed on the walls. 100% of door proceeds, 10% of sales and selected percentage of photography sales benefited St.Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Enjoy some pictures here and don’t forget to visit whole gallery.

Models Tiffany Henschel, Sasha Hailey, Audrey Layendecker

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Giving is always in fashion trunk show

18 Aug

Can you imagine anything worse than pediatric cancer?

Join us on fabulous W by Worth Fall 2011 trunk show and multiple artist art/photography exhibit, all at once! Proceeds benefit St.Jude Children’s Research Hospital – most trusted charity in the Nation, the place, where no family is turned away because of inability to pay for their child’s treatment.

Enjoy watching our gorgeous models showcasing the pieces, try them on yourself,… and make your wardrobe ready for windy and chilly fall. Plus, browse fashionable art and photos all around the place. Light snacks and specialty cocktails, as well as energizing music will help you enjoy your evening even more.

Please come and bring your friends!
$10 cover at the door (100% proceeds benefit the organization)
Cash or checks only, please

Preview the collection: http://www.worthw.com/

Artists/photographers participating:
Dominique Fierro 
Phil Kogan
Samira Georgi
Antony Brice
Arnab Kar

If you can’t attend, but still wish to support St.Jude Hospital, please make your donation online here: http://www.stjude.org/waystohelp

R.S.V.P. and media inquiries: me@shutterbloom.com

 

Mary Amons housed a benefit for Cancer Schmancer once again

27 Jun

by Yulia Mikhalchuk

Mary Amons of Labels for Love (a.k.a. one of DC housewives) opened the doors of her private residence in McLean, Virginia, to benefit Cancer Schmancer. Numerous vendors presented their products and services to donate percentage of sales, there was silent auction as well, and of course, lots of mingling, spiced by cocktails and fingerfoods. “Pure” donations without claiming any of the goods were, of course, also accepted. The event went way past after the posted finish time, and attracted hundreds of philanthropic and artistic people from around the area.

By the way, the house, where Mary and her family spent last 17 years in, is now for sale!

Enjoy the pictures.

Mary AMons and guests

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Arts, music and fashions fight against autism

08 Jun

by Yulia Mikhalchuk

Saturday night, June 4th, members-only City Tavern Club attracted fashion-, music- and art appreciators to benefit CSAAC Foundation. Cocktails, appetizers and cupcakes… Classical piano performances by Edvinas Minkstimas, Juliard Doctoral Fellow and widely regarded as one of Europe’s top emerging young pianists… Fashion shows by Don Patron and Maggie Burgess of CAS Boutique culminating the evening – it was must_attend event! Magnificent historical atmosphere of the venue just added to the crowd’s mood, and applauds did not quieten for a minute.

Spotted: Janine Schoonover, Rokas Beresniovas, Ayda Sanver, Lolly Amons, Don Patron, Bill Farrand, Wendy Gordon, Michele Lebar, Dr. Richard Meyer, Kimberly Robinson, Marilyn Thompson, Angelique Velez, Jenny Zinn, Nickie Jordan, Sherie Gabriel and many-many more!

Enjoy some pictures.

Don Patron's show

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Portrait of Georgia in National Portrait Gallery

27 May

by Yulia Mikhalchuk

National Portrait Gallery housed , as it seemed, about thousand people on Tuesday night, May 24, for Portrait of Georgia gathering. The event was to celebrate 20th Anniversary of the restoration of Georgian Independence. All guests were personally greeted at the entrance by Georgia Ambassaador Temuri Yakobashvili and his wife Yana Fremer. 24 years old opera singer Sophie Nizharadze performed both Georgian and American anthems, as well as “Happy Birthday” song to Congressman Doug Lamborn.

All guests could “discover Georgia” through its classic and contemporary art, photography, dance, music, and, of course, wine and food. Georgians are well renowned for their hospitality and generosity. Four original Georgian chefs prepared a fiest, and a river of special Georgian mineral water “Borjomi” and wine would not end. Georgia is the oldest wine making region in the world. According to a legend, on the day God was allocating parts of the world to the people of the Earth, the Georgians were feasting. As a result, they arrived late and were told by God that all of the land had already been distributed. When the Georgians replied that they were late only because they had been lifting their glasses in praise of Him, God was pleased. In return, He gave the Georgians that part of Earth that He had been reserving for Himself.

There is a phenomenon called the Georgian syndrome.

Georgian National Ballet Sukhishvili kept guests ecstatic during whole time of their fantastic performances.

Batik art by Nino Khoperia was on sale, and special 3D  exhibit by Gia Kereselidze was presented to complete the Portrait Of Georgia.

Enjoy the pictures and some video.

Ambassador of Georgia in the US Temuri Yakobashvili greeting guests

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Art and Fashion show in Aaron gallery

26 May

by Shaun Sargen

The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s D.C. chapter teamed up with the Aaron Gallery, renowned designer Tsyndyma Kroujilov, and exceptional abstract expressionist Abol Bahadori to raise funds to continue the fight against one of the world’s most prolific diseases. The society’s man of the year Gaston Boisson was there to lend his support along with Art Soiree’s Sandro Kereselidze and a host of D.C.’s most charitable citizens. DJ Tom “from Prague” Cvinger kept the crowd jumping and set the sounds for an inspiring evening of superlative art, fabulous designs, and the spirit of giving. The night was topped off by a top flight fashion show by Julia Bella and a host of the city’s most beautiful models.

Tsyndyma designs

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Modus Union 2011 – this year even wider and louder

06 May

by Yulia Mikhalchuk

The only thing uncooperative that evening was the weather, but who will remember! Despite the freeze and breeze (Lumber shed at “The Yards”), the atmosphere was so heated by passion, love and laughter, and all were so ecstatic…  that you might possibly light matches off the air.

This year Modus Union pleased everybody by spectacular fashion show of Marc Bouwer‘s fall collection. Gorgeous, feminine gowns, fine detailed, celebrating woman’s body, graced the runway and provoked lots of “awwws” and “aaaahs” and applauding. Famous Ted Gibson, celebrity hair stylist and star of “What not to wear”, leaded the hair team.

There were musical performances by Sheena Alexis, Gordon Sterling Trio feat, Cadice Mills, Sam James & GMB, and Reagan Richards. More warmth by laughter in the crowd was delivered by Fran Drescher – actress, philantropist and President of Cancer Shmancer movement.

Art section of event was presented by Lolly Amons, Walter Grio, Yanique Moore, Maggie O’Neill and Roger Schultz.

Modus Union 2011 was produced by “Labels for Love” and benefited Cancer Shmancer movement. Co-emceed by Boxer (morning personality on 98.7) and Kimberly Suiters (News4).

Spotted:  Mary Shmidt Amons, Catherine Ommanney, Lynda Erkiletian, Ebong Eka, Paul Wharton, Rich Amons, Lolly Amons, Maggie O’Neil, James Cornwell, Elaine Mensah, Nicole Devolites, Andrea Rinaldi, Allison Priebe Brooks, Daniel Kramer, Lindsay Kin, April Jones Firoozabadi, Maurissa Turner Potts, Deidree Bennett

Enjoy the pictures and don’t forget to visit whole gallery

Fran Drescher, Marc Bouwer, Mary Amons

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Flowers helping Earthquake in Japan

16 Apr

by Yulia Mikhalchuk

L2 once again “arted up” to entertain and to help. On April 14, Don Patron and Ladies DC hosted an art exhibit benefiting Japanese Red Cross Society.  About 10 artists and photographers presented their visions for relief of recent (another yet) earthquake affected our friends in Japan. This is how Cherry Blossoms are paying back! 3000 trees, gifted by Tokyo Mayor in 1912, bloom annually in DC and have become National attraction. Now artists, capturing this beauty and reflecting it on their paper/canvases, return the favor by helping Japan in need. Beauty will continue saving the world forever. Enjoy the pictures and don’t forget to see whole gallery!

Don Patron, Maggie O’Neill,  Collander Malone, Walter Grio,  Dominque Fierro,  Aaron Craven,  Junelle Cavero,  Anna Davis,  Rodger Shultz,  Deidree Bennett, Alejandro Martin, Lindsey Mask, Leah Dyrud, Nina Snow, Wendy Gordon, Donna Donella, Alexa Holcombe, Ky Walker, Zara Corutz, Sam Kavenchy, Yulia Mikhalchuk

Wendy Gordon, Deidree Bennett and Donna Donella holding Deidree's triptych

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