An exhibit highlighting work from five American cities with burgeoning design industries, Coast to Coast is curated from Colony and Design Milk’s exploration of the United States in the name of design, discovery and inspiration.

 

Beginning in the Fall of 2018, Colony traveled through an itinerary of cities and design communities across the US seeking new expressions of American design, art and craft. The Coast to Coast exhibit features exciting work from designers and artists living and working in Detroit, Nashville, New Orleans, the Santa Fe region and Austin.

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Spruce sculptures

Coast to Coast: Spruce Sculptures by Era Ceramics

Each Spruce Sculpture is a one-of-a-kind piece hand turned by Smithville, TX-based Era Ceramics. Earthen stoneware makes for a unique tabletop sculptural object.

  • 3 x 3 x 7.25 in
At Home by Colony Candle 2

Candle: Two

Candle: Two. A scent that has transformed our second floor Canal Street design gallery into a sensory oasis, the Three-Two-Four Candle embodies Colony’s pursuit of substantive beauty. Deep notes of leather and fresh tobacco lifted by the warmth of earthen spices have long welcomed us into the airy space we call home. Memorialized by a minimal white pillar, the scent sits atop a tonal terrazzo base.

Three-Two-Four marks the first product offering in At Home — a curated collection of goods from our space to yours.

  • 4 x 4 x 6 in
nude3

Coast to Coast: Nude 3 by Tommy Panigot

Nude 3 is part of the Coast to Coast Exhibition series installed at Neuehouse. The framed piece is ink on newsprint and is created by Tommy Panigot, a Michigan native via Parisian roots who embraces the visual craft in his endless love for the printed and tangible end. His trajectory is the constant reconciliation of his Americana and European history through the disciplines of design and paint.

 

Dimensions include frame.

  • 13.37 x 16.37 x 2 in
Transparency Blue

Coast to Coast: Layering Transparency by Nina Cho

Each Layering Transparency is a unique piece of joined glass forms designed by Detroit-based Nina Cho. The concave surface functions as a vessel while the blown base offers graceful height to the tabletop sculptural object.

  • 10 x 10 x 7 in
Night Marsh

Coast to Coast: Night Marsh by Molly Haynes

Night Marsh is part of the Coast to Coast Exhibition installed at Neuehouse. This wallhanging was handwoven by artist Molly Haynes and was developed through Colony’s Conception Series.

  • 28.5 x 39.5 x 2 in
At Home by Colony Candle 3

Candle: Three

Candle: Three. A scent that has transformed our second floor Canal Street design gallery into a sensory oasis, the Three-Two-Four Candle embodies Colony’s pursuit of substantive beauty. Deep notes of leather and fresh tobacco lifted by the warmth of earthen spices have long welcomed us into the airy space we call home. Memorialized by a minimal white pillar, the scent sits atop a tonal terrazzo base.

 

Three-Two-Four marks the first product offering in At Home — a curated collection of goods from our space to yours.

  • 15 x 10 x 6 in
Offcut Variation 7

Coast to Coast: Offcut Variation 7 by New Hat Projects

Variation 7 reflects the wild patterning of New Hat Project’s Off Cuts series. Each panel created by the Nashville duo is an art collage composed of custom and readymade wallpaper, hand-painted details, and studio scrapes (such as masking tape).

  • 18 x 18 x 1 in
Transparency Orange

Coast to Coast: Layering Transparency by Nina Cho

Each Layering Transparency is a unique piece of joined glass forms designed by Detroit-based Nina Cho. The concave surface functions as a vessel while the blown base offers graceful height to the tabletop sculptural object.

  • 10 x 10 x 7 in
Molly Haynes Deflect Inverse

Coast to Coast: Deflect Inverse by Molly Haynes

Deflect Inverse is part of the Coast to Coast Exhibition installed at Neuehouse. This wallhanging was handwoven by artist Molly Haynes and was developed through Colony’s Conception Series.

  • 16.5 x 36 x 2 in
tuliptree

Coast to Coast: Tulip Tree by Emily Leonard

Tulip Tree is part of the Coast to Coast Exhibition series installed at Neuehouse. The signed print is created by Nashville-based artist Emily Leonard who has been a full-time studio artist for over twenty years. Her paintings are included in numerous private and public collections around the world, including those of the Tennessee State Museum, Swedish Hospital in Seattle, UBS offices, Governor Haslam, Karen Elson and Martha Ingram.

  • 20 x 22 x 2 in
At Home by Colony Candle 4

Candle: Four

Candle: Four. A scent that has transformed our second floor Canal Street design gallery into a sensory oasis, the Three-Two-Four Candle embodies Colony’s pursuit of substantive beauty. Deep notes of leather and fresh tobacco lifted by the warmth of earthen spices have long welcomed us into the airy space we call home. Memorialized by a minimal white pillar, the scent sits atop a tonal terrazzo base.

Three-Two-Four marks the first product offering in At Home — a curated collection of goods from our space to yours.

  • 4 x 4 x 6 in
Tanjo

Coast to Coast: Tanjo by Chad Manley (pick up only)

Tanjo is a unique sculpture of bone and mixed media designed and constructed by Taos-based Chad Manley. The wall-hung monochromatic sphere makes a statement while invoking the spirit of the desert.

  • 29 x 29 x 12 in
Circle RWS 2

Coast to Coast: Circle by Rachel Wolfson Smith

Circle is part of the Coast to Coast Exhibition series installed at Neuehouse. The framed piece is graphite on handmade paper and is created by Rachel Wolfson Smith,  an Austin, TX based artist with an interest in landscape and psychology. She is known for engaging audiences through her large-scale graphite drawings of constructed landscapes and crashed vehicles. Wolfson Smith was a 2018 member of The Contemporary Austin’s Crit Group, and has created public projects in collaboration with the Austin Fire Department. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, most recently at the Wignall Museum in CA and the Vignette Art Fair in Dallas, TX. Wolfson Smith holds an MFA from Indiana University and a BFA from MICA, both in painting.

 

Dimensions include frame.

  • 13.37 x 16.37 x 2 in
Offcut variation 9

Coast to Coast: Offcut Variation 9 by New Hat Projects

Variation 9 reflects the wild patterning of New Hat Project’s Off Cuts series. Each panel created by the Nashville duo is an art collage composed of custom and readymade wallpaper, hand-painted details, and studio scrapes (such as masking tape).

  • 18 x 18 x 1 in
No.31 web

Coast to Coast: N0. 31 by Tommy Panigot

No. 31 is part of the Coast to Coast Exhibition series installed at Neuehouse. The piece is ink on newsprint and is created by Tommy Panigot, a Michigan native via Parisian roots who embraces the visual craft in his endless love for the printed and tangible end. His trajectory is the constant reconciliation of his Americana and European history through the disciplines of design and paint.

 

Dimensions include frame.

  • 19.62 x 25.62 x 2 in
Untitled 2

Coast to Coast: Untitled Two by Mackenzie Huffman

Untitled Two is a framed piece of artwork composed of tufted cotton gima on cotton paper by Austin-based designer Mackenzie Huffman. This unexpected combination of the traditional rug-making technique tufting along with use of paper materials creates a textured piece at once subtle and stunning.

 

Dimensions include frame.

  • 18 x 18 x 2 in
Untitled 1

Coast to Coast: Untitled One by Mackenzie Huffman

Untitled One is a framed piece of artwork composed of tufted cotton gima on cotton paper by Austin-based designer Mackenzie Huffman. This unexpected combination of the traditional rug-making technique tufting along with use of paper materials creates a textured piece at once subtle and stunning.

 

Dimensions include frame.

  • 18 x 18 x 2 in
Offcut variation 8

Coast to Coast: Offcut Variation 8 by New Hat Projects

Variation 8 reflects the wild patterning of New Hat Project’s Off Cuts series. Each panel created by the Nashville duo is an art collage composed of custom and readymade wallpaper, hand-painted details, and studio scrapes (such as masking tape).

  • 18 x 18 x 1 in
Nude1

Coast to Coast: Nude 1 by Tommy Panigot

Nude 1 is part of the Coast to Coast Exhibition series installed at Neuehouse. The framed piece is ink on newsprint and is created by Tommy Panigot, a Michigan native via Parisian roots who embraces the visual craft in his endless love for the printed and tangible end. His trajectory is the constant reconciliation of his Americana and European history through the disciplines of design and paint.

 

Dimensions include frame.

  • 13.37 x 16.37 x 2 in
Transparency gray

Coast to Coast: Layering Transparency by Nina Cho

Each Layering Transparency is a unique piece of joined glass forms designed by Detroit-based Nina Cho. The concave surface functions as a vessel while the blown base offers graceful height to the tabletop sculptural object.

  • 10 x 10 x 7 in
Windshaken

Coast to Coast: Wind-shaken by Molly Haynes

Wind-shaken is part of the Coast to Coast Exhibition installed at Neuehouse. This wallhanging was handwoven by artist Molly Haynes and was developed through Colony’s Conception Series.

  • 42 x 38 x 2 in

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