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Murky Depths Glow Bright | New Work by Theresa Drapkin

Clove & Creek (73 Broadway, Kingston, NY) is pleased to announce its Fall exhibition with an opening reception for the artist Saturday, October 12 from 5-7pm. New pastel drawings will be shown through November 25. The show is an exploration of time, space and movement. 

Serena & Lily's Westport, CT design shop showcases framed original pieces

Nearly a dozen of Theresa's original pastels hang in the Serena & Lily design shop in Westport, CT. The framed pieces are all for sale. 

Of a Kind launches limited edition framed print

Theresa again worked with Of a Kind to offer a limited edition framed pastel print — just 50 of a kind! This playful take on both ancient busts and Victorian wallpaper is available online. 

Answer Me That | New Work by Theresa Drapkin

Clove & Creek (73 Broadway, Kingston, NY) is pleased to announce its September exhibition with an opening reception for the artist Saturday, September 1 from 5-7pm. New paintings will be shown through September 30. The show is a meditation on color, pattern and classical texture. 

Framed original art showcased in Serena & Lily's Lincoln Park Chicago design shop

Nearly a dozen of Theresa's original pastels hang in the newest Serena & Lily design shop in Lincoln Park. The framed pieces are all for sale. 

Three Framed Prints Available Now at Anthropologie

Theresa translated three original botanical paintings into framed prints for Anthropologie. 

Pears Wall Art

Lemons Wall Art

Succulent Terra Wall Art

Kingston Times Features Theresa's Latest Show, Shut Up, Kiss Me, Hold Me Tight

"An assemblage of Drapkin’s Matisse-like paintings of male nudes look spectacular against a warm gray wall. The paintings, hung salon style, consist of simplified planes of color and silhouetted shapes, which in some cases are combined with patterns or hieroglyphic symbols...Broad areas of olive, ochre, pink, blue, mauve juxtaposed against white, brown and black gives the works a graphic flatness and urbanity, as if they were signs."

An Exhibition of Male Nudes in Kingston, NY

Clove & Creek is pleased to announce its summer exhibition with an opening reception for the artist Saturday, July 1 from 5-8pm. A dozen paintings will be shown in the exhibition, which runs through September. The bright and bold figures are graphically modern, which is especially interesting considering Theresa’s use of pastel, one of the art world’s oldest mediums. 

Of a Kind launches limited edition framed print

Theresa worked with Of a Kind to offer a limited edition framed pastel print — just 35 of a kind! This bright, birch-framed diptych is available online. 

Framed original art showcased in Serena & Lily's Westport, CT design shop

More than a dozen of Theresa's original pastels hang in the newest (and roomiest) Serena & Lily design shop in Westport, CT. The framed pieces are all for sale, and hang in the entrance stairway leading to three colorful floors of inspiration. 

Kate Spade profiles T.Drapkin art in their Wall Decor launch

Theresa translated an original floral painting into a 20”x22” framed print for Kate Spade’s new Wall Decor Collection.

VOGUE highlights Theresa in The Design Lovers' Travel Guide

Catherine Dash of Vogue writes about the latest wave of design-minded entrepreneurs and makers—expats from Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Queens—who can be found building a community in Kingston, New York.  

Meet the Artist | Cosort Design interviews Theresa Drapkin

In this interview, Consort's Colin King takes a look into Theresa's ritualistic process, and shares behind-the-scenes studio shots. A number of Theresa's pastel pieces can be found at Consort's LA shop. 

The Drapkin Pillow debuts in Kate Spade Home Collection

Theresa translated an original floral painting into a 20”x20” silk and cotton pillow for Kate Spade’s new Home Collection. 

The Fine Art of Time Management

Claire and Erica interview Theresa Drapkin on Episode 56 of their podcast. They chat about  "work-work balance" and reproducing fine art. 

Furbish features 22 original pieces in Pop Up shop

Called “the best home decor shop on the internet” and “a mecca for trend-setters”, Furbish Studio is curated by Jamie Meares, the quirky voice behind lifestyle blog I Suwannee. Theresa collaborated with Furbish to offer more than 20 pieces of framed original art. 

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