Join Amelia Interior Design downtown this evening from 5:00PM - 8:30PM for their free event: An Evening with Patrick Easterly.
Join Amelia Interior Design tonight for an expert presentation. Patrick Easterly will be joining us all the way from North Carolina to speak on some lesser-known (but in no way less interesting) aspects of interior design.
Who: Patrick Easterly of Theodore Alexander & Amelia Interior Design
Where: Amelia Interior Design
503C Centre Street
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 (Click here for MAP)
When: Tonight, November 5, 2010 5:30PM – 9:00PM
Suggested Attire: Business Casual
Patrick will be talking about the artful techniques associated with the making of Fine Accessories and Furniture. His PowerPoint presentation should include such topics as: the lost art of wax castings of brass and bronze, the nearly lost art of fine veneering, and ultimate recreations of historical pieces and how time-honored techniques are still incorporated into some modern furnishings (the featured techniques create uncanny graphic design elements in striking new pieces).
Mr. Easterly is visiting Amelia Island from his North Carolina-based company, Theodore Alexander. His store offers accessories as well as commercial and residential furniture to the city of High Point and surrounding areas. High Point is known for its furniture, textiles and interior design. Some refer to it as the “Furniture Capital os the World.” For more information about his company, go here.
This event is free and open to anyone with an interest in interior design, architecture or construction, and will include complimentary wine and cheese refreshments. It will be an informal affair, so you can drop by for a quick meet and greet or stay for the entirety of the event. Patrick will be available for informal questions and discussion after his presentation.
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