Here are some of the books currently for sale at my studio here in Charlottesville. Beading, dyeing, knitting, tatting, and books on Japanese design, costumes, and much more – all priced to move quickly. My studio clean-up is your great opportunity! My next Open Studio is Saturday, August 1 from 9 to 4. But if…
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Elf Ambassador, Donna Carty, at A. Korotky Studio’s June 6 event. Hope to see you here soon!
Good As Gold
This golden wrap is available, starting today, at Lynne Goldman Elements. Located on the downtown mall in Charlottesville, Lynne’s beautiful shop now carries a selection of very special handwoven and handmade work from A. Korotky Studio. Stop in soon, and often! Lynne Goldman Elements, 407 East Main Street.
A. Korotky Studio Holiday Bazaar, Dec. 7, 14, 21, 2013
Red cape, vintage buttons, handwoven and handmade by Andrea Korotky. There will be lots of textiles, art, quilts, cards, and yarn at my upcoming open studio days in December.
A.R. Wieder, an incredible hand knit specialist, makes these lush neckerchiefs from 100% Pima cotton. Pima is one of the softest cottons in the world and has a natural sheen. These soft and lovely neckerchiefs will provide glamorous shelter from over-active air conditioning. Machine washable, dry flat. $50 each. To order one just drop me…
PoemSite March 2012
Spring came early here on Highland Avenue – in fact, some days are more like summer. This bodes well for strollers hereabouts: travel past our street-side gallery to see our newest window, Ceremony. The take-home poem is Cult of Personality. PoemSite, a collaboration between the artist Andrea Korotky and the poet Laurance Wieder, features poetry hand-lettered…
Piedmont Council for the Arts
Hats off to Piedmont Council’s Maggie Guggenheimer and Sarah Lawson. In their new office and exhibition space in the CitySpace building overlooking the downtown mall here in Charlottesville, Virginia, they advocate for artists near and far. I first met Sarah last year here at my studio on Highland Avenue. It wasn’t long before I attended…