EDITH GREY DESIGNS PARTNERS WITH THE RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE OF DURHAM FOR ITS 14TH ANNUAL WINTERFEST GALA
February 14, 2013
Artist Natasha Powell of Richmond, Virginia will donate an original work of art created for the Ronald McDonald House of Durhams Winterfest silent auction.
Powell is proud to be a supporter of the annual event through her donation piece entitled Hope. I think too often we get caught up and self absorbed in the little things in life that dont really matter, letting those things bring such overwhelming negative emotion into our lives. Its nice to be able to give someone else just a little bit of Hope. We all need it. These families really need it. It puts things in perspective and makes you wonder how can I do more?
Now in its 14th year, the annual Winterfest Gala is RMHDs largest annual fundraiser helping to provide a home away from home for the families of critically ill children. RMHD offers two programs to support families in their time of medical crisis: a housing program for families that travel long distance for their children receiving medical treatment, and a Family Room in Dukes Medical Center to allow families to escape the hospital atmosphere but remain steps from their childs bedside.
This years annual Winterfest Gala will take place on Friday, February 22nd at The Pavilions at Angus Barn in Raleigh, NC.
For additional information on other art pieces, please contact Natasha Powell via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us at www.edithgreydesigns.com.
Bay 7 - Durham, NC
Saturday, August 18, 2012.
Private Event at Bay 7 on Tobacco Row in Durham, North Carolina.
6:00pm - 10:00pm
Edith Grey Designs in NDemand Magazine- "The Evolution of YOU"
September 9, 2010-
Edith Grey Design's owner and Chief Creative Officer, Natasha Powell, sits down with NDemand magazine to share her artistic vision and inspiration for the company.
2010 Charlotte Heart Ball-- Saturday, February 13, 2010
Edith Grey Designs will be donating an art piece this year to the American Heart Association for the 52nd Annual Greater Charlotte Heart Ball.
This year's event will take place at the Charlotte Convention Center. Hosted by Curt Fochtman, Ernst & Young this will promise to be one of the year's most spectacular events. Charlotte's Heart Ball is the oldest and largest black tie event in the metro area raising more than $725,000 for cardiovascular research, education and advocacy programs.
For more details please visit: http://www.americanheart.org/presenter.jhtml?identifier=3056391
The Lady's Coffee Exhibit
THE ARTHOUSE IN NODAY PRESENTS: THE LADYS COFFEE EXHIBITION
Emerging artist, Natasha Powell, of Richmond, Virginia will showcase her artwork at the Arthouse in Noda during their recurring gallery crawl
Charlotte, NC- Edith Grey Designs and the ArtHouse in Noda will be hosting The Lady's Coffee Art Exhibition on Friday, November 6, 2009 from 6-9 p.m. The Lady's Coffee is the first art exhibition for the emerging female artist, Natasha Powell, currently residing in Charlotte, North Carolina.
This native of Richmond, Virginia strives to capture the female evolution process and its range of colorful emotions. Her current series, The Ladys Coffee focuses on topics such as self-image, interdependent relationships, and social consciousness through the empowerment of women. The series seeks to empower women of all ages, representing the intense diversity of our emotional spirit.
Aside from the Ladys Coffee series, Natasha has completed several works including oil landscapes and Harlem Renaissance paintings. Much like her inspirations that include Diane von Furstenburg, Andy Warhol, Ava Gardner, and Dorothy Dandridge; Natasha hopes that her work will create a thought-provoking dialogue amongst its viewers as well as inspire others to pursue their passions wholeheartedly.
The ArtHouse - Center for Creative Expression is comprised of a group of local artists working in different media and disciplines
from paint and photography to copper and light. There are 12 studios and galleries where you will find a wide variety of approaches to art and expression. The Ladys Coffee art exhibition is free and open to the public.
For media inquiries, please contact Natasha Powell at 804.405.5937 or via email at Natasha.Powell1@gmail.com.