Sevenelle Creative is proud to take part in A Very Cherry Holiday Pop-Up with Cherry Pit Collective and Objects in Kansas City's Tower East District. Located at 31st and Cherry, this unique pop-up shop features local makers and artists with illustrations, jewelry, photography, textiles, ceramics, and more! Find the perfect gift for you or someone else this holiday season and have a very cherry holiday!
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More information on shop hours and featured pop-ups within our pop-up available here: https://www.cherrypitcollective.com/shop.
Sevenelle has been invited to show at the new location of The Wooden Spoon in Overland Park! Local and travel photography will be on display among other local artists including painters, photographers, and student work.
Join us for the grand opening ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday, May 14th at 10:00 AM!
The Wooden Soon at Fox Hill
4671 Indian Creek Parkway
Overland Park, Kansas
Stop by and say hi to Tina (Tell her that Jess sent you!)
PS. Try the coffee cake - it's super yummy!
To learn more about The Wooden Spoon, click here.
Sevenelle Creative been invited to be the showing artist with the George Schlegel Gallery at the Roeland Park City Hall for the month of May! My work will be shown throughout the gallery, with photography from Kansas City, Portugal, Spain, Chicago, and more!
Join me for an evening to celebrate this opportunity and indulge in fine art and fine wine!
More information may be posted at a later time.
Saturday, May 4th, 2019
George Schlegel Art Gallery
Roeland Park City Hall
4600 W 51st St #200, Roeland Park, KS 66205
6pm - 8pm
A little about Sevenelle: I started Sevenelle Creative as a name for my freelance work in 2015 after moving back from Chicago. What began as mostly as a resource for graphic design and marketing, Sevenelle quickly became an outlet for me to express my love of travel and capturing the world around me. I began participating in art shows and selling my photography around the KC area at events including Strawberry Swing and First Fridays in the Crossroads Art District. Although Sevenelle is not full time, I hope to grow my business to sustain a creative lifestyle. I love design, typography, photography, and all things creative, and found Sevenelle to be a dream come true I didn't know I had. I'm excited for this journey and I can't wait to share more opportunities and experiences as they come. Thank you for all of your support! I couldn't do this without you. ♡ Jess
To learn more about Sevenelle Creative, click here.
Support local makers this holiday season with Sevenelle Creative and all of the creative and talented maker ladies of Cherry Pit Collective! Click below to see all remaining weekends, pop-ups, maker information, and more!
Happy holiday shopping!
In honor of World Photo Day, we're sharing some of our favorite shots from Kansas City and around the globe. What are some of your favorites? Share in the comments below!
This was of my favorite hikes through Lagos de Covadonga, Picos de Europa. We were completely surrounded by mountains and what sounded like wind chimes, though we found later that they were bells on the cows roaming the fields below. We hiked with people from all around the world, including one man with a trombone, and took a moment to share the same breathtaking view. Witnessing the mountains rolling into the distance in every direction just reminds you of how small you really are and it's an incredible experience.
We ventured out to the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art for Third Thursday, a celebration honoring the works of Jackson Pullock and many other artists of the abstract expressionism movement. This installation by Luis Tomasello entitled Chromoplastic Mural, caught my eye because the longer you stare at it, the more you see. From the beginning, everything looks to be placed at random, but inspecting it longer, you start to see patterns and that each piece was placed with intention and purpose. This is only a close-up of the wall-spanning artwork, but I highly recommend taking a trip to the contemporary wing to see for yourself.
As we wandered the streets of Porto, we found the personality of the city is not only in its people, but in its stores, buildings, and architecture. This business in particular caught my eye for the simplicity of their identity, the typography of their logo, the illustration of their signage, and the blue of their exterior. Everything about this storefront relates to my own aesthetic and I felt an immediate connection. Researching more, Typographia is an international collaborative project for artists, designers, and printers to create art and t-shirts to share with the world.
My brother and I had spent the day at Oceans of Fun, to enjoy the last few weeks of summer. As we walked out to the car at the end of our day, I looked up to find the Mamba making an ascent to the top of its iconic first drop. The serenity in this photo is what caught my attention - the stark contrast of a thrilling structure against a washed, empty sky.
On our way out of Potes, we stopped for breakfast at a place that was empty of people, but full of personality. Something as simple as a car out front had struck me because it was different than the automobiles we're accustomed to here in the States. Someone's personal mode of everyday transportation had suddenly become something so intriguing. I was fascinated and completely enamored with even the most mundane of Spain and can't wait to plan another trip.
Standing on what felt like the edge of the entire world, we found ourselves at the most western point of continental Europe at Cabo da Roca, Portugal. The view was completely breathtaking, and not just because of the absolute terror that any misstep could lead to a sheer drop down the face of the cliff to the rocks below. It was surreal. We were as high, if not higher, than the clouds that rolled across the restless sea as it slammed the rocks of the shoreline, but everything was somehow quiet and still. To think this is all still happening now, today, all day, every day, still, my breath escapes me. One of my favorite places in the world I've been to, so far.
Our Airbnb accommodations in Sintra, Portugal were nothing short of spectacular. From the artwork, to the architecture, to the hammock on the patio outside, to the courageous puppy that would stand watch on the roof, just to see who was coming home. I loved every single bit of it. This was a piece in our bathroom, something so simple: a white pitcher hanging by its handle to carry a bouquet of flowers. It was a moment of simplicity that somehow enthralled me. It's the little things in life that can mean the most and sometimes, you just have to stop and smell the roses.
About the Author
Hi, I'm Jess, the owner and designer of Sevenelle Creative. I love sharing moments in art and life with you and invite you to explore and share with friends. See more of what Sevenelle is all about and send a shoutout to connect!
We've officially received our first Promobox from Vistaprint and we couldn't be more excited! The Promobox is a subscription box full of goodies and swag branded specifically to your business. Simply fill out the form to let them know a little bit about you and your business and they'll take care of the rest. In just a few weeks, your Promobox will be shipped right to your door, filled with postcards, self-inking stamps, apparel, mugs, pens, stationery, and more. We recommend giving the Promobox a try! See for yourself.
IN OUR PROMOBOX
Postcards (printed on Premium, 90 lb. glossy card stock)
Bumper Sticker (printed on durable material, adhesive)
Personalized Ceramic Mug
Not all ampersands are created the same. Though they may follow a similar signature curve, each ampersand can embody its own personality and style. We've searched to find some of our favorite takes on the playful character. Which "&" is your favorite? Let us know in the comments!
Typography is everywhere, from screens and technology to print and fine art, but what if it reached beyond 2D? Here are some of our favorite ideas that bring typography into three-dimensional space. Which letter would you like to see in 3D? Comment below!
As a kid, we were taught to never play with our food but sometimes, it's just too hard to resist. Here are some artists who got creative with their snacks. Did you ever play with your food? (Guilty!) Let us know in the comments.
Stepping into another artist's studio can bring you into their world, their perspective, and their way to create. From large open windows to white walls and concrete floors, we're inspired by some of our favorite artists and their working spaces. Here are some of our favorite picks we've recognized as total #studiogoals. What does your studio look like? Share with us in the comments below!