Thursday, December 18, 2014

A post from Sandy

Catherine Cajandig has been chosen as Person of the Year by her colleagues at the Chicago Society of Artists. For many years Cajandig has been organizing the Calendar, their primary fundraiser which is sold internationally. Cajandig is an asset to all the organizations she's a part of, continually taking leadership positions wherever and whenever needed. We are proud that she is a part of us!

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

ABG member Kim Laurel exhibiting in "Suite Prints" at Christopher Art Gallery - Prairie State College

Suite Prints:
25th Anniversary Exhibition
Chicago Printmakers Collaborative

Christopher Art Gallery at Prairie State College
202 S. Halsted St. • Chicago Heights, IL
Reception: Thursday, Nov. 20th, 4:30-7:00pm 
Nov. 17th – Dec. 19th, 2014

“Suite Prints” is an exhibition celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Chicago Printmakers Collaborative, a community of print artists who create handmade prints in the facility on Chicago’s north side. In the 25 years since its inception, many of Chicago’s best-known printmakers have passed through the Chicago Printmakers Collaborative, creating prints in all media of printmaking. The printmaking facility features printmaker’s studios, classes, workshops, exhibitions and sales, all under the leadership of Director Deborah Maris Lader. The Christopher Art Gallery features works from four collaborative suites of prints (in which various members contribute a print to a large portfolio based on a theme), as well as a number of framed works by current and previous members. The 25th anniversary is being celebrated with simultaneous exhibitions at Prairie State College and at the Chicago Cultural Center.

Christopher Art Gallery
Beth Shadur: Christopher Art Gallery Director, Prairie State College
202 S. Halsted St. • Chicago Heights, IL 60411 • (708) 709-3500
Regular hours during exhibition:

Monday through Thursday: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Wednesday and Thursday: Evening 5 - 7 p.m.

By appointment, phone (708) 709-3636

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

ABG member Kim Laurel exhibiting in Stoned Rolled & Inked at Chicago Cultural Center's Expo 72

Stoned Rolled & Inked
25 years of the Chicago Printmakers Collaborative

Expo 72, located at 72 East Randolph Street in Chicago 

Opening Reception: Nov. 14th, 5:30-7:30pm
Nov. 15, 2014 – Feb. 28, 2015

Featuring: Hiroshi Ariyama, Stephanie Barenz, Christopher Blume, Matt Bodett, Molly Briggs, Deirdre Britt, Margaret Buchen, Charles Cohan, Aaron Coleman, Carlos Cortez, Jeanine Coupe-Ryding, David Driesbach, Joel Dugan, Leslie Eliet, Tony Fitzpatrick, Christine Gendre-Bergere, Sanya Glisic, Karinna Gomez, Michael Goro, Holly Greenberg, Susan Hall, John Himmelfarb, Elise Hughes, Carrie Iverson, Michael Jackson, Catherine Jacobi, David Jones, Anne Karsten, Deborah Maris Lader, Jeff Lassahn, Kim Laurel, Alan Lerner, Bart Longacre, Jeremy Lundquist, Michelle McCoy, Bert Menco, Ruth Moscovitch, Maria Mungai, Duffy O’Connor, Dennis O’Malley, Mary O’Shaughnessy, Artemio Rodriguez, Maria Sanchez, Jenny Schmid, Andrea Schumacher, Jeff Sippel, Chase Sperry, Megan Sterling, Scott Westgard, Eric Wilson.
In memoriam: Michael Miller

The Chicago Printmakers Collaborative (CPC) is celebrating 25 years as the longest-running independent print shop in the city. To commemorate this milestone, CPC, in partnership with The Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events will host 'Rolled, Stoned & Inked', an exhibit featuring 50 artists who exemplify the caliber of work the CPC champions.

The big kickoff party and reception is November 14 from 5:30-7:30 with goodies from our friends at Baker Miller, Julius Meinl, The Grind, City Winery Chicago, Butcher and the Burger, New Holland Brewery and Cafe Selmarie-- see details below about the show.

Address: 72 E. Randolph Street
Exhibition Dates: November 14, 2014 - February 28, 2015
Gallery Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-6pm
Saturday 9am-6pm
Sunday 10am-6pm

A mini print shop in the space will offer demonstrations of printmaking throughout the show.


Thursday, November 6, 2014

ABG Members exhibit in "Oil and Water" at Woman Made Gallery

Woman Made Gallery
Oil and Water

Nov. 14 – Dec. 21, 2014
Artist Reception: Nov. 14 | 6-9pm

Juror: Sarah Krepp

Featured artists:
Gloria Adams, Valerie Allen, Beth Billups, Rachel Borenstein, Lexygius Calip, Marian Carow, Wendy Chambers, Sarah Ciampa, Annette Cossentine, Andre Daugavietis, Matt Davis, Susan Emmerson, Danielle Eubank, Deb Eyde, Yolanda Fernandez-Shebeko, Alicia Forestall-Boehm, Joann Goetzinger, Jessica Gondek, Sheila Grabarsky, Leslie Hirsheld, Leslie Hopf, Gloria Huet, HoJung Jun, Kim Laurel, Kathleen Laybourn, Roberta Malkin, Angela McElwain, Jane Michalski, Amy Mintonye, Katherine Nemanich, Nancy Reid, Sarah Jane Rennick, Yun Shin, Michele Thrane, Kathy Weaver, Rosalind Faiman Weinberg, Carla Winterbottom, Angie Zielinski

Fleeting Moments: A Photography Exhibit
Carol Byron, Becky Jane Davis, Patsy R. Davis, Dee Hudson, Lorae Mundt

Poetry Reading: All or Nothing
December 7 | 1:30 - 3:30pm

Gallery Hours: Wed–Fri noon–7p.m. / Sat–Sun noon–4p.m. / Admission: Free

Woman Made Gallery
685 N. Milwaukee Ave.
Chicago, IL 60642


Friday, October 31, 2014

Breakfast Group Dinner at the Red Apple and Time Change Reminder

Thanks to the efforts of Jackie Moses, we are resuming our dinners for the Artists Breakfast Group, at the Red Apple Buffet, 3121 N. Milwaukee Ave, renowned for its all you can eat buffet.
The price is $15.99 plus tip, tax, and beverage, and we urge all artists to attend this first-in-a-long-time event. Dress is studio casual. 6 pm Central STANDARD Time.

Friday, October 24, 2014

Ellen Holtzblatt at Josef Glimer Gallery

Coming Soon: Ellen Holtzblatt at Josef Glimer Gallery

[Ellen Holtzblatt, I Bore You on Eagles' Wings, 2013, 34 x 60," oil on linen]

 Josef Glimer Gallery 
has hung two new paintings in preparation for From Birth to Memory, a unique exhibition featuring the works of Chicago-based artist Ellen Holtzblatt  Holtzblatt examines her own identity by attempting to access a collective unconscious, often walking a fine line between dream and reality. View more works and bio...

All are invited to join us on Friday, November 21 from 6:30 to 9 p.m. for the opening reception and to meet with the artist. To coincide with the exhibition, Holtzblatt will be giving an artist’s talk with Q & A at 7pm.

Final Weeks of 35th Anniversary Special Exhibition

[Thom Kapheim, Practice Pitching, 2014, 16 x 22 x 25," bronze]

Visit us for the final weeks of our 35th Anniversary Special Exhibition, featuring select 20th-century masterworks alongside our most accomplished local and international artists. The exhibit premiered the bronze Baseball series by Thom Kapheim , who has been working with Josef Glimer Gallery for over three decades. 

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Breakfast Groupers in Group Exhibition

                                  group exhibition
          Diane Ponder                          Alan Emerson Hicks
          Michelle Stone                        Jacqueline Moses
          Didier Nolet                             Marcelo Eli

                                Genesis Art Supply  
                      2525 N. Elston; Chicago 60647

              Closing reception - Friday - Oct 24th - 5-9 
This is a new artist space for exhibitions.  So check it out and apply.

Their phone # is still not set up in this new space, but the store & gallery are almost completed and operating at this writing.

Thursday, October 16, 2014

From Jackie Moses. It is Red Apple Dinner Time Again

red apple buffet
3121 n. milwaukee
chicago 60608
november 2nd, sunday, 6pm
I made reservations for 20, plus or minus, and gave both our last names and phone numbers
give them a call a day or two before to verify

Saturday, October 11, 2014

"Winter is Coming " a Winner

Blog Maintainer Peter Jones won a purchase award in 36th Elkhart Juried Regional Exhibition at the Midwest Museum of American Art for his color digital photograph "Winter is Coming". The museum is located at 429 S Main in Elkhart, Indiana. The exhibition will be on display until December 8, 2014

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Catherine and Sandra

Catherine Cajandig and Sandra Holubow are participating in "An Art Installation of Fall Magic" at the Elmhurst Art Museum Guild Gallery, Elmhurst Art Museum, 150 S. Cottage Hill, Elmhurst, IL. The event is sponsored by the Elmhurst Artists' Guild and the Elmhurst Garden Club. The Opening Reception for "Autumn Magic" is Friday, October 10, 7 - 9 pm. The show runs from October 7 - November 14

Sunday, September 28, 2014

Judith Roth at the Koehnline

Judith Roth's graphite drawing "GAITERS"  (44x34) is included in the Women's International Juried Art Exhibition "Gendering Desire: Liberationl Power, and Pleasure" at the Koehnline Museum of Art, October 2-24, 2014 - This image reflects echoes of both genders - masculine and feminine ambiguities.  Do elevated shoes reflect power? Do high heels exude power? The fingerless gloves, the torn stockings, the gaiters, all add hints of dominance and submission....

Saturday, September 27, 2014

Sharon Swidler Open Studio & Fall Exhibits

You are invited to join me at Open Studio and the following exhibit openings. If you are not able to be at any events,  stop by to see the exhibits.  If you have questions or would like more information, you can email me at
SURFACE (Art of the Real, Part 5)
Space Gallery: Sept. 26-Nov. 1, 2014
Opening Reception: Sept. 26, 6-9 PM
400 Santa Fe Drive, Denver, CO
Gendering Desire: Liberation, Power and Pleasure
Koehnline Museum of Art: Oct. 2-24, 2014
Opening Reception: Oct. 2, 5-8 PM
Oakton Community College
1600 East Golf Road
Des Plaines, IL
Artists of Hubbard Street Studio
October 11, 2014, 4-8 PM
1732 W. Hubbard St.
Chicago, IL
Abstract III
Brickton Art Center: Oct.14-Nov. 22, 2014
Opening Reception: Oct. 18, 4-7 PM
306 Busse Highway
Park Ridge, IL

Rita Dianni-Kaleel atThe Koehnline

Rita Dianni-Kaleel's painting "Reaching" (40x30 mixed Media) is included in the "Liberation, Power, and Pleasure exhibit at the Koehnline Gallery, Oakton Community College, 1600 Golf Rd., DesPlaines,  which opens October 2nd through October 24th.   Reception Thursday, October 2nd 5-8PM.
Rita Dianni-Kaleel

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

ABG Members Exhibit at Oakton

The Women's and Gender Studies Program at Oakton Community College is once again having its public reception for the annual International Women's Exhibit. This year's theme is "Gendering Desire: Liberation, Power, and Pleasure." The Opening is Thursday, October 2, 5 - 8 PM, Koehnline Museum, 1600 East Golf Rd., Des Plaines, IL.
The Exhibit features work of 68 local, national, and international artists who visually explore ways in which gender affects experiences of passion and pleasure. Not to be missed, the following artists represent the Artists Breakfast Group:
Catherine Cajandig
Rita Dianni-Kaleel
Sandra Holubow
Julia Oehmke
Sandra Reibscheid
Judith Roth
Sharon Sweidler
Constance Vepstas
The Exhibit continues through October 24, 2014.

Monday, September 22, 2014

ABG Members Fletcher Hayes and Kim Laurel exhibit at the 13th Annual Ravenswood Art Walk - October 4th - 5th

13th Annual Ravenswood Art Walk
October 4th - 5th

The RAW annual Tour of Arts & Industry

Fletcher Paul Hayes and Kim Laurel will be celebrating the creative in their booth:
Brevity Code Visual
Fletcher Hayes and Kim Laurel

Mixed media, 2D and 3D works
Paintings and works on paper

Brevity Code Visual Booth Location:
4043 N Ravenswood
(Main floor interior court)


Dates and times: 
Saturday Oct 4, 2014, 11am – 7pm
Sunday Oct 5, 2014, 11am – 6pm

There will be plenty of surprise artistry to see!

Enjoy the RAW tour and visit the Brevity Code Visual booth!


Monday, September 15, 2014

Ellen Holtzblatt will be busy this autumn

I Have Let You See It With Your Own Eyes, oil on wood panel, 34" x 48", 2014
Dear Friends,

I am excited to share news of my collaboration with Josef Glimer Gallery in Chicago! They will be hosting a solo exhibition of my paintings this November in their beautiful space in River North, and two works are currently hanging in the gallery.  Please join us for the opening reception on November 21, 2014. Details to follow.  

Josef Glimer Gallery
207 W. Superior Street
Chicago, IL

In addition, my work is included in the following exhibitions this October:

Gendering Desire: Liberation, Power and Pleasure
October 2-24, 2014
Public Reception: October 2, 5-8 p.m.
Koehnline Museum of Art
Oakton Community College
1600 E. Golf Road
Des Plaines, IL

MAAT 30th Anniversary Celebration, Alumnae Invitational Exhibition
October 2-12, 2014
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
LeRoy Neiman Center
37 S. Wabash Ave.
Chicago, IL

Happy Autumn,

Sunday, September 7, 2014

George Clark Exhibits

GEORGE C. CLARK's watercolor painting Saddle-tank Switch Engine will be one of 26 artworks featured in the first annual national exhibition by members of the American Society of Railway Artists, held at The Station Art Gallery, 11 English Street in Westfield, New York near the shore of Lake Erie in the Chautauqua wine-growing region.  Everyone is invited to the opening reception on Friday, September 19 from 6 to 9pm.  After the opening, regular gallery hours will be 2 to 5pm on Fridays, 11am to 4pm on Saturdays, and 1 to 4pm on Sundays through October 12, 2014.  Clark and a number of other exhibiting artists will be attending the opening reception.
Saddle-tank Switch Engine, 14 x 10 inch watercolor painting by George C. Clark

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Nancy Charak Exhibiting at Space Gallery Denver 9/26--11/1/2014

Come see my work and the work of other fine artists: Jo Marks Aardsma, Tonia Bonnell, Michael Burnett, Sophia Dixon Dillo, Carlene Frances, Susan M. Gibbons, Nancy Koenigsberg, Diane McGregor, Sharon Swidler
Surface (part 5 in the Art of the Real Series)
Showing: September 26th 2014 - November 1st 2014
Opening Reception: Friday, September 26th 6-9pm
Space Gallery is at 400 Santa Fe Drive, Denver CO 80204, 720.904.1088
How Many Miles to Babylon No. 3, c. 2014, 18"x24", oil, oil wash, polyester thread, copper roofing nails on unprimed cotton canvas, Nancy Charak artist.

Space Gallery: This show interests itself in the “non-objective”: art that is not representational, that contains no recognizable figures or objects, art that has no intentional derivation from any concrete matter. The work for this show was selected because each artist uses the surface as a crucial element beyond a vehicle on which to apply a medium….either revealing what is behind/under the surface or concealing/altering/manipulating the surface itself and in a palette of white, black, gray, or neutral.

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Breakfast Groupers exhibit

The Chicago Society of Artists ( CSA) is exhibiting at the Anderson Art Center, 121 Sixty-Six St., Kenosha, Wisconsin. An Opening Reception is Sunday, August 24, 1:30 - 4 PM. The show continues through October 18. (262) 653-0481. The following members will be participating:
Catherine Cajandig
Rita Dianni-Kaleel
Kathryn Gauthier
Sandra Holubow
Richard Maltz
Julia Oehmke
Sandy Reibscheid
Judith Roth
Paulene Silberman
Lorre Slaw
William F. Whiteside

Monday, August 18, 2014

From April Hutter

Hey Artists Breakfast group,

It was great having breakfast with ya'll a few weeks ago, I am really loving the vibe and energy that comes from meeting with people that way.

We are finally settling in to our grand opening dates and I wanted to see if you would like to post something on the blog about our opening.  We are going to have a studio, performance area, workshops, and classes all for people interested in art so we are the little guys who want to keep artists in business as well, thanks for considering it and I will attach a picture to this email that you can add to the site! That would be awesome! 



April Hutter
Director of Creating Happiness

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Breakfast Groupers, You can register

Hello All,
Since you live, work or play in areas within the North River Commission I thought I’d encourage you to sign up at our artists registry.  We are in our infancy but it’s a way to connect artists to artists and artists to community. 
Here is the link:

Colette Wright Adams   Director/Curator
Uptown Arts Center at the Preston Bradley Center
941 W. Lawrence Ave.  Chicago, IL  60640

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Eric Holubow in the Reader

Sandra Holubow wants you to see this week's Reader. Eric Holubow has the cover story with his philosophy of urban ruin, plus some great photos, and a promo for his upcoming book with over 200 photos. Try it, you'll like it!
Here's a link to the digital article in the Reader for Eric Holubow. You can also go to his f.b. page and find it again!
I hope this works for you. For me, somehow......

Thursday, July 10, 2014

From Colette at Uptown Arts Center

Harper College Art Exhibition

advanced printmaking & painting

Margaret Buchen, Art Curator & Adjunct Faculty at Harper College in Palatine, IL curates an exhibition of students in the Advanced Printmaking Studio and Painting classes at Harper.
They enthusiastically explore the media of Intaglio, Screen Print and Relief Print along with Oil Painting in these works.
Some take a painterly approach as they investigate the combination of fixed photographic image and mono-type process while others explore traditional techniques. The range of work showcases a high level of commitment to innovation.

Join us for the...

Opening Reception Sunday July 27th 1-4pm

Show runs July 27th-August 24th, Sundays 1-4pm or by appointment (773-450-7246)
Uptown Arts Center in the Preston Bradley Center
941 W. Lawrence Ave, 4th floor, elevator access, free street parking on Sundays


Sunday, July 6, 2014

ABG Members invite you to the GIPNA Community Garage Sale! - Saturday July 12, 2014

Join us and enjoy shopping for values galore!

8th Annual GIPNA
Community Garage Sale!
Saturday July 12, 2014
9 a.m. - 3 p.m. (rain or shine)

This super fun garage sale is part of a neighborhood-wide
Community Garage Sale sponsored by GIPNA
(the Greater Independence Park Neighborhood Association).

If you're a picker and a value hunter
there will be plenty to find.
Food and refreshments will abound
throughout the area walk.
 "We'll be headliners, man, and for low dollar too."
Dennis Hopper

"Great  values, they do indeed abound."
Jack Nicholson


Friday, June 27, 2014

Breakfast Sculptor Groupers Exhibit

Victoria Fuller Artist Gallery talk - about process and materials (and other stuff)

Saturday, June 28   at 1:00pm - 2:00pm

Packer Schopf Gallery (942 W. Lake St., Chicago, IL, 60607)

Come hear the artist talk about the process of making her sculptures and the materials she used - Aren't you dying to know? - and bring your friends. If you haven't gotten a chance to see the show yet, here is a good opportunity. The show runs till July 12th

Mixed media wall sculpture


Victoria Fuller’s sculpture explores nature from many angles – underground, above ground, and inner space. In an exhibition at Packer Schopf Gallery, Fuller offers a multilayer investigation of  environmental systems. Aptly titled Nature², Fuller’s sculptures alternately depict organic and man-made structures, illustrating both nature’s abundance and the dire consequences of human interference. Figurative representations of untouched flora and fauna juxtapose ecological carelessness and exploitation. For example, the hibernating chipmunks of Deep Down starkly contrast Factory Farm’s caged chickens. Viewed as a collection, Fuller’s artwork simultaneously examines nature’s inherent harmony and the human tendency to control it.

Nature² marks a departure in Fuller’s artwork. While prior sculpture re-appropriated common, manufactured objects to subtly reveal environmental motifs, the Nature² collection interprets the natural world via more literal construction. Direct depictions of organic elements - whether among earth and grass or human-implemented industrial piping – allow Fuller to investigate systems impacted by man’s activity in a widely-understandable manner. Though distinct, Fuller’s newer sculpture remains interconnected with her found object-based artwork. Each body of work informs the other, fully illuminating the universal experience of life on earth.


Victoria Fuller is a Chicago sculptor, painter, and natural science illustrator who has exhibited in galleries, museums, and public spaces across the United States. She has been awarded projects from corporate and community organizations such as Disney’s ESPN Zone, St. Louis’ Arts in Transit, and Seattle’s Sound Transit for whom she recently completed a 35’ bronze sculpture,Global Garden Shovel. Fuller is best known for Shoe of Shoes, a large shoe-shaped public sculpture comprised of thousands of aluminum high-heels in front of Brown Shoe Company.

Nature² is open to the public from June 6 through July 12, 2014. It is presented in the upstairs exhibition room at Packer Schopf Gallery.

Victoria Fuller

Judith Roth at ARC

Hi ABGers!  I have a "print" in this show "Heroes and Villains"  at ARC Gallery...

Judith Roth

On Jun 24, 2014, at 3:02 PM, ARC Gallery wrote:

Dear Artists,
The digital printouts of your work are up at the gallery.  We will post some photos of the opening on our Facebook page in a few days.
If you live in Chicago, the opening reception will be at the gallery this Friday, June 27, from 6-9pm.
Thanks for participating,
Best, Iris
Iris Goldstein, ARC President

ARC Gallery
2156 N. Damen Avenue
Chicago, IL 60647 USA
phone: 773.252.2232
hours: Wed.-Sat. 12-6:00 pm; Sun. 12-4:00 pm

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Be a True Yard Sale Detective - ABG Members: Fletcher Hayes and Kim Laurel host yard and art sale: Saturday, June 28th

Be a True Yard Sale Detective - SAVE THE DATE!!!!

WANT's 2014 Community Yard Sale will be held on 
Saturday, June 28th between 9am and 4pm. 

W.A.N.T. - F.U.N. ? 
Great pickings next Saturday! 
(West Andersonville Neighbors Together – Fletcher's Utopian Neighborhood Sale)

ABG Members Fletcher Hayes and Kim Laurel will wheel and deal with "Will Work For Food" vintage fashions, priced to sell art works and much, much more. 

The whole area is packed with sales! Over 60 families participating THIS YEAR. 

The WANT neighborhood is between Foster and Bryn Mawr and Clark and Ravenswood in the Andersonville neighborhood.

Join in the fun!


Monday, June 16, 2014


Here's the final notice about Caffeine VIII.

Pick-up of art work will be Monday, June 23, from 10 AM until 12:30 PM, then resume after a lunch break, at 2 PM until 4 PM. We apologize for any inconvenience, but because of a program in the gallery space, we had to cease the pick-up during that time.
Thanks for your understanding and we appreciate your participation.

The Caffeine VIII Team

Saturday, June 7, 2014 Seeks Talented Individuals

I thought I would pass this on

April Hutter <>

Jun 3 (4 days ago)

    My name is April Hutter and I am the new Workshop and Event Coordinator for (Genesis Art Supply).  We are so excited right now because we are moving to a new location to expand our store!  This new place will be a space where you can buy art supplies.  It will also serve as a foundation for artists’ success, a platform in which we can support you, and a gathering place for artists to come together to celebrate and share art.  Since we are creating this new space together I want to seek out talented and interested individuals to create this exciting new community.
If you are receiving this e-mail because I found your website Artist Breakfast Group and thought it might be a good opportunity to reach out to someone there to instruct a workshop/demonstration, show your work in our gallery, or are just plain eager to learn more!  We are also eager to learn more.  In fact, we would like to learn more about you and your talents.
This preliminary e-mail is just an introduction to our plans of expansion and also a way of getting to know more about the individuals we will be creating alongside.  I would like to know more about your talents as an artist and also as a person.  We want to highlight all of your abilities as a person and a talented individual. 
I have some questions for you.  Feel free to answer them in a way that feels fun for you:
  • What are your areas of expertise? 
  • What workshops would you like to teach?
  • What materials would you need to be able to teach this?
  • How would you like to be compensated for your time? (ie. trade, monetary, art supplies) 
  • Is there any other pertinent information for this workshop? 
  • Also, is there a particular workshop you would like to take if it was offered in the store?    
  • What is your preferred method of contact?
I appreciate any and all feedback; everything is very helpful to us right now.  Feel free to e-mail me anything.  I am open to suggestions/comments/concerns, all of it!  There’s a lot of time, effort, and heart going into this new space and we want the vibe to reflect that.  I know you are a talented person who can really assist in creating a great space with us. 
Thank you,
April Hutter 

April Hutter
Director of Creating Happiness