"Season Epiphany I" 48"x36" ©Jennifer J L Jones
I was delighted when interior designer Melissa Armstrong requested to include my painting "Season Epiphany I" in the 2010 Symphony Guild Designer House. Below is the article and a few interior shots from the MET Terraces in Charlotte, North Carolina. The house is open to the public April 17-May 9th.
The 2010 Symphony Guild Designer House
The Symphony Guild of Charotte is excited to bring back – after a 2 year hiatus due to the economy – our beloved major fundraising project this coming spring. The 2010 Symphony Guild Designer House will be presented at The MET Terraces, a property that truly speaks to the times and reflects the relevancy required today.
Being about one mile from The Square in Uptown Charlotte, NC, the MET Terraces are easy in to town, easy out of it! Located in the center of the revitalization of the old Midtown Square shopping center area, these condos are situated within a complex of shops, restaurants and office space adjacent to the emerging Sugar Creek Greenway project and quaint neighborhoods, and within easy access to interstates and destinations near and far.
Three luxury residences -- comprised of a total of 7900 square feet and 20 design spaces, and 2600 square feet of landscaped terraces -- will be transformed by style-forward designers into three distinct lifestyle-appropriate homes and outdoor spaces: The Family, the Empty-Nester, and the Young Professional. Designs range from traditiona to the decidely contemporary!
The 2010 Symphony Guild Designer House will be open to the public from April 17 – May 9. Let’s meet at The MET!
For almost four decades, the Symphony Guild of Charlotte has presented outstanding homes and estates, decorated by the region’s leading interior and landscape designers, to the Charlotte region. In that time, over $4.5 million dollars has been raised for The Guild’s enrichment projects, The Charlotte Symphony, and youth music education.