Houston-based artist and printmaker Anne-Joëlle Galley debuts her first collection of scarves, featuring seven designs. Each colorful pattern, based on one of Galley's works of art, will be offered in limited editions.
The scarves are enough that they may double as a shawl. Galley's artistic designs are manufactured in Europe. Made with the finest pure silk and hand finished, they reflect the exclusivity and craftsmanship that luxury shoppers expect.
Born in Switzerland and raised in Mexico, Galley began studying art in London at the Institute of Contemporary Art in the late 1980s before moving to New York where she continued to perfect her style and technique. She is a life member of The Art Students League of New York, whose notable students include Jackson Pollock. Her sought-after paintings are owned in private collections around the world.
The Printing Museum
1324 W. Clay St.
Houston, TX 77019
Admission is free.
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