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Invitations and thank you cards created for the Weston Art Gallery.
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Invitations and Thank You Cards
Weston Art Gallery

Holiday Party Invitation (exterior and interior)
8.5 x 11" sheet folded once to 8.5 x 5.5"
To create the cover image I photographed my neighbor's festive light display.

Fall Preview Party Invitation (exterior and interior)
8.5 x 11" sheet folded once to 8.5 x 5.5"

To create this image I collected and scanned tree leaves, then manipulated the colors in Photoshop. The Fall Preview Party celebrates the end of summer (the close of the gallery's annual season) and the start of fall, (when a fresh new year of exhibitions is unveiled). The bright colors are a nod to summer and the leaves represent autumn.

Fall Preview Party e-blast
Docentitos Thank You Card (exterior and interior)
The Docentitos summer camp at the Weston trains children to serve as the gallery's docents. After their intense weeks of study the kids needed a fun thank you card for all of the people who helped them become successful tour guides. After the cards were printed each docentito signed his or her name near their photograph, making the card extra special.
Exhibitionism 2012 Thank You Card (exterior and interior)
8.5 x 11" sheet folded once to 8.5 x 5.5"
Exhibitionism was an annual benefit for the Weston Art Gallery. The outrageous event featured an underground dance party, runway show, culinary competition, music, models in underwear, and many unforgettable moments. All of the items listed on this thank you card were part of the bizarre evening.
Exhibitionism 2011 Thank You Card (exterior and interior)
This 5.5 x 4.25" card was printed on wausau papers astrobrights plasma pink stock and was mailed with a matching envelope. This shocking flourescent pink message reflected the overall design of the event and could not be missed in recipients’ mailboxes.
Wag It 2010 Thank You Card (exterior and interior)
8.5 x 11" sheet folded once to 8.5 x 5" 
Before the Weston Art Gallery benefit was called exhibitionism, it was known as "Wag It." In this thank you card, photographs from the event are featured to remind attendees of the magical night.