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ANNE HATHAWAY DESIGNS ~ HALL C 132-133 January 11, 2014

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Most people know Anne Hathaway as an incredible artist who had a well known shop on Bennett Street in downtown Atlanta, and specialized in her prints, original artwork and pottery. Anne was a Lakewood 400 dealer for two years when it opened, but left to handle the busy traffic at her shop. With the shop now closed, she is back at Lakewood 400!
   Meanwhile, Anne’s husband, Eric Lee, sold his restaurant to become a stay-at-home Dad. Children grown, Eric then became the craftsman at Anne Hathaway Designs who builds wonderful furniture from reclaimed wood including Farm Tables. They provide the history of the wood with each piece, such as wood from an old three story plantation house built in Jackson, GA, in 1833. They have been working on for awhile that wood for quite a while.
    Anne is a self-taught artist, inspired by famed artist Georgia O-Keefe, and known first by her botanical watercolors and then for her colorful depictions of animals, fish and birds. Her artwork has been described as sophisticated whimsy and has been depicted on original watercolors, prints and dinnerware. Her artwork has universal appeal and inspires smiles around the world. Indeed, her art is featured in such places as the London wine merchant, Justerini and Brooks LTD, and on the Royal Caribbean Cruise Ships.
Eric’s hobby is tracing the genealogical history of his family which goes back to 320 AD. Anne’s family came over on the Mayflower.
You will enjoy checking out these beautiful works of art and talking with Anne and Eric.
Hall C 132-133
Email: ahathpaint@aol.com
Website: www.annehathawaydesigns.com



PEACOCK DECOR ~ HALL C 151 July 16, 2013

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Peacock Decor, a 38 year old family business located in Arab, AL, offers a line of all natural wooden furniture, appealing for lodge living, industrial chic, rustic Americana and more.
A complete, one-stop shop, owner Jerry Williamson and crew, cut the wood primarily from standing dead timber, rescued from local burn piles and city dumps after lighting strikes and tornados.
From there, they create designs, many suggested by the wood itself, into incredible, strong, coffee, end, sofa, side and bistro tables, stools, benches, dining sets and more. Styles include rustic, contemporary rustic, urban, industrial chic, or all natural. They try not to blur the lines, but find that mixing two styles can create a very appealing piece such as a wooden top and metal base. Most pieces have a natural “live” edge.
Jerry and his wife of 50 years, Lindia, run the business with their three adult children, but spend as much time as possible with their 8 grandchildren!
See photos of the furniture and how it’s made below.
Email: jerry@peacockdecor.com

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HALL H 522 & 540
image002 copyRandy and Janet Hamblen, owners of Once Upon A Time, Furnishings with a Past, provide a variety of vintage, antique and custom made furnishings, both painted and in their natural reclaimed and barn wood finishes. Randy repurposes architectural pieces and builds custom furnishings including media cabinets, mantles, wine cooler console tables, tin tile bookcases, jelly cupboards, bed swings, kitchen cabinetry and more. Janet uses a variety of mediums in the finishing process including chalk paint, Country Living textured base, powder pigments, paint/stain combo, dry brush, waxes, crackled, stenciled and more. They provide custom order furnishings and cabinet refinishing. Janet also teaches paint technique classes using the commercial finishing system (Fujitsu).

Randy and Janet built and managed a wood products manufacturing company for 18 years providing custom closets, cabinets, custom designed moldings and furnishings for national and international resellers as well as direct clients including Embassy Suites, Hampton Inns, the Federal Government, various large builders, designers and architects. Randy as a Six Sigma engineering and operations background and developed automation equipment that is still widely used today. Janet has a business administration, accounting, human resource management background with training in National Kitchen and Bath Design.

See their designs in Hall H midway in the back!
Email: janetsinbox@yahoo.com
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ASH RIVER SIGN & DESIGN ~ HALL H 519 May 30, 2013

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One look at the structure that houses Ash River Enterprises and you know that Angela O’Sullivan Waters is artistic and creative. She specializes in refurbishing and repurposing old furniture and cabinets. In addition to basic interior painting, Angela paints murals and faux finishes.  She also customizes and builds what can be dreamed up or visually presented to her and caters to her clients needs for special occasion items that need to be personalized. Angie features lots of hand painted signs!
Angie also owns Ash River Kennels where they raise standard and miniature Australian Shepherds. ash river at Lakewood 400
According to Angie,     “I absolutely love the opportunity to do what I love that Lakewood 400 has afforded me. That  the wonderful people around me are such a blessing is  even more of a plus!”
When asked to tell us something about herself, Angie says,  “just ask my Momma cuz she thinks I’m mahvalous!!!”

Email: angela.ashriver@gmail.com