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The Color of Home: The Dinner

'Charleston-based artist Blakely Little’s love of her home city is a recurring motif in her artwork. Her newest series, “The Color of Home”, is a collection of windows and porches, each sketched in a different private residence. So it was only fitting that to launch the collection, Blakely hosted an intimate dinner party that felt more like hosting friends at home than gallery exhibition. She partnered with design firm Basic Projects to use one of their renovation spaces, a beautiful 1900’s corner store turned jazz bar. Basic Projects is also the team behind Basic Kitchen, a Charleston restaurant, who created a family-style meal for the night. A local home furnishing store helped outfit the space and Blakely herself designed the florals and fruit centerpiece inspired by the namesake painting in the collection.' written by Kat Eachern 


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