Heather Harvey of Go With The Faux and Amy Delventhal of Whitefeather Studio have joined creative forces. Over the past several years, Heather and Amy have found themselves informally consulting and encouraging each in their own separate venues and decided that it was time to formally form a partnership.
“The wealth of artists in this area is amazing” observes Delventhal “and the task of promoting ourselves while still finding time to create can seem overwhelming. It has always made sense to me that we would all be more successful if we combined our efforts.”
Heather Harvey is an artist with a B.F.A. in painting and studio art from Plymouth State College. She has worked as a fine artist in a variety of mixed media for 20 years and as a design consultant for a prestigious area firm for almost 2 years before branching out on her own and starting her own interior decorative painting service, “Go With The Faux”. She is known for her acute color sensibility and a talent for creating harmonious environments that use many contrasting elements.
Amy Delventhal is a 7th generation artist and “was weaned on turpentine”. She has studied at Connecticut State University and University of Connecticut as well as with noteworthy artists such as Salvatore Guillino and Byron Carr. Locally, she has had great success with her watercolor paintings and private classes for the last 15 years. She has missed ‘working big’ and returned to the fine murals and elegant wall finishes that she did for 10 years prior to moving to New Hampshire. She is known for her pristine, rich colors and classical technique.
Between them, Delventhal and Harvey have a client base of satisfied customers thgroughout New England and New York, and extending as far south as Georgia and Florida in private homes as well as businesses. Their ability to “think outside of the box” and come up with solutions to meet clients’ schedules and budgets are as large a part of their success as decorative artists as the beauty of their final creations.
Both artists are very excited by this venture and are planning an open house in early ’04 to showcase their work and answer any questions that you may have about the interior painting services they are offering.