We are honored to showcase the work of Kristen Hatgi-Sink at our party; her unmistakable c pieces are show stopping and a great modern nod to the extravagant era of the Marie Antoinette. What a gift it is for all involved to see such one of a kind art — we’re so looking forward it!
From Kristen: Although I have not worked with Calluna before, when I got the email inviting me to be a part of the 10th anniversary party, I was excited by the vendors and also by the space and concept. I love collaborating. I have worked with the Scout Guide for the last two years as the photographer and have really loved getting to know know people in the book. Last year I did window displays for both Goldyn and The Perfect Petal. I hope to pull some of the elements from these into Blanc Space. This last January and February, I had a wonderful show called Flower Face at the Byers-Evans house. We will be showing a selections of the Flower Faces at the event as well. I look forward to seeing it all come together!
Kristen Hatgi-Sink works in both color film and digital photography as well as in collaboration with her husband Mark Sink utlizing the 19th century collodion wetplate process. She received her BFA from the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University. Her work has been exhibited in New York, Tokyo, Boston, Washington DC, and Denver.