Emma Gardner to Debut Art Collection in Las Vegas

From the Colorama lineFrom the Colorama line

PETALUMA, Calif.--Designer Emma Gardner's emma at home collection will debut its newest group of artwork at Las Vegas Market next week.

Called Colorama, the line of 15 original pieces are colorful and made in the U.S. The line is produced of archival-quality, fade-resistant inks on textured acid-free fine art paper suitable for framing.

"Color is something most people feel passionate about, preferences that say a lot about how they like to feel in the world," said Emma Gardner, principal of emma at home. "Since there is often a thirst for boldness and color in what people hang on their walls, I felt I could indulge my own love of graphic design and saturated color in creating this wide range of designs. It was a real treat."

The new line will feature new directions for Gardner as well as elements that coordinate with existing pieces from the emma at home accessory and rug collections. The company, debuting in the market's Design & Living section in space C-495-24, will be showing its entire assortment of art for the first time, a total of 244 SKUs. All works are available in three sizes: 11-by-14-, 16-by-20- and 20-by-30-inches.

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