For display and design inquiries please email

Services are available for custom design projects, styling, fabricating, event decoration and window and store displays.


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Arielle is currently studying Visual Presentation and Exhibit Design at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City.  In addition to her studies, she works as a creative contributor with For The Makers and freelances as a fabricator making handmade elements for events, stop-motion commercials, and retail displays in New York City.

With background in fine art, Arielle’s love for installation sculpture evolved into a passion for window display, event design, visual merchandising, and retail display.  Arielle never thinks twice about making detours to see the latest windows at Bergdorf’s and takes lengthy walks down 5th Avenue.  Inspired by Linda Fargo and Simon Doonan, Arielle treats display as a form of theater, luring the spectator into an ethereal realm.

In the recent past, Arielle  has had projects ranging from ceramic sculptures based on sacred geometric forms to environmental installations dedicated to ecological issues. With it’s birth in March of 2009, Arielle devoted her efforts to curate community art shows at the late R.A.T. Gallery in Gardenville.   Arielle is a graduate of the University of North Carolina in Asheville.  Her concentration was in wood-fired ceramic sculpture and installation sculpture.

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4 thoughts on “Contact/Bio

  1. Wow,

    What a great Site Arielle!

    I’m so proud of you for bringing your work together to a place where everyone can come check it out and leave feedback for you!

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