The Selby House, a modern design studio located in the Dallas Design District, will host a two-day Artist Market and shopping event June 9-10, 2023. The studio will be open to the public to shop vintage furniture from The Selby House, watercolor and acrylic artwork by Brie Milam, floral arrangements by Dossier, and unique ceramic goods by Nicole Bernard of NB Makes.
“There are so many talented artists and creators in Dallas, and we are excited to open our studio for shopping and community, showcasing fabulous art, ceramics, floral designs, home furnishings and de´cor. It is an opportunity to support and meet local artists behind the work and learn about their techniques and inspiration,” said Cat Carothers, founder of The Selby House.
Dallas-based watercolor and acrylic artist Brie Milam will feature her expressive and illustrative pieces that draw inspiration from nature, architecture, and her inner world of thoughts and emotions. Brie’s work is often centered around mindfulness, empowerment, and mental health, mainly because these subjects were important in her journey to becoming an artist. Her most recent works have focused on landscapes and cityscapes from real and imagined places.
Dossier Studio, founded by J’Mia Oliver, specializes in boutique floral styling and event design for intimate gatherings and weddings. The design approach to floral styling is inspired by both nature and art, resulting in unique creations for each client. On Saturday, June 10, there will be a collection of curated blooms available for purchase. In honor of this event, Dossier studio will also offer a special where guests will receive a personal floral arrangement with the purchase of a pot that holds water.
Founder and chief maker Nicole Bernard of Dallas-based NB Makes will showcase her handmade ceramic jewelry, colored-porcelain pieces, and tableware. Nicole’s goal is to help