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These bowls were a collaboration with ceramicist Meredith Bird. Bird created and glazed the bowls, while Heather Chontos painted and hand-dipped them. ($75)
Chontos's next Art Meets Food Dinner party will take place at a restored "dining barn" in Bozeman, Montana. Reserve one of 10 spots at $120 per person.
Heather Chontos is one busy lady. The jack-of-all-trades artist does everything from prop styling to dinner-party planning to selling her limited-edition, one-of-a-kind wares on her gorgeous website, Milk Farm Road.
Luckily, she had time for one more supercool endeavor: creating a collection of artwork, textiles and home goods exclusively for PureWow.
Chontos began, as she often does, by painting--in this case, nine bright, emotive pieces ($150 to $225, framed) inspired by a 1960s art book. Five of these works she printed onto fabric, which she sells by the yard ($26 and $40, depending on the material) and turns into tea towels ($22) and duvet covers ($145).
In addition to the textile offerings, we?re loving her farmhouse-chic kitchen items: colorfully dipped antique wooden spoons ($50 to $75 for sets of 2 or 3) and hand-painted ceramic bowls ($45) courtesy of a collaboration with ceramicist Meredith Bird.
Though we could spend all day ogling the goods, you?ll want to act fast, since the sale ends Wednesday, and Chontos?s collections have historically sold out fast. Plus, as a PureWow reader you naturally get perks: 15 percent off orders of $100 or more (enter code: purewow15).
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