The Cotillion is proud to showcase the newest venture for one of the hot members!
Check out Megan Coyan and her new line Coyan Decor on Columbus Underground!.
Local designer and Parsons School of Design graduate Megan Coyan is launching a line of high-end woven fabric for home interiors that’s made in the good ol’ USA.
Coyan Décor’s debut collection, called Ironwork, is lightweight cotton upholstery fabric featuring bold colors that pop against a rich ebony warp yarn.
“The patterns were influenced by ironwork in fencing, gates, churches, etc.,” said Coyan. “I’ve been photographing ironwork on my travels since I was a teenager. I have always loved the strong lines and curves created by such a dark, hard metal, and I’ve translated that strength into a far warmer, softer medium...”
Read the rest here about Megan's amazing effort to create these great fabrics.
Definitely something to keep your eye out for! You can also check out more of Megan's beautiful scarves & other wares on her Etsy Site!
This summer the Crafty Cotillion will be setting up to sell handmade goods at the Goodale Park Music Series! The Goodale Park Music Series starts at 12:30pm on Sundays July 10th through August 21st. Concerts are free and always a fun afternoon in the sun!
We'll be alongside our friends at ThoughtCo and great local food carts including Leslie's Creperie, Earth's Crust Pizza, Rad Dog, and Jeni's Ice Cream. Bring the whole family down--kids activities at the concerts are sponsored by openheartART and Columbus Artmobile.
The Goodale Park music series was founded by Alexandra Kelley Fox in 2009 and is funded by the Short North Foundation, Short North Civic Association, Friends of Goodale Park, Harrison West Society, Italian Village Society, and Comfest.
The concerts are held at the gazebo in Goodale Park. Here's the 2011 line-up:
July 10: Happy Chichester
July 17th: Daddy Romance
July 31st: The Andy Shaw Band
August 7th: The Spikedrivers
August 14th: Kique Infante
August 21st: The Randys
Hope to see you there!