Longtime friends Ursula Robertson-Moore and Kris Faller are taking UPPERCASES, their Crestwood-based company that sells personalized pillowcases, overseas and making a case for sincere, positive messages.
Life can change in an instant, for better or worse, and typically with little warning. This past weekend as many of us laid to rest one of our dearest friends, Stephen Irwin, hundreds gathered to listen to the most beautiful eulogys I’ve heard and to watch a video montage that depicted the artist’s life.
When Stephen Irwin spoke to The Voice-Tribune nearly three years ago, the artist said he preferred to work in his Market Street studio surrounded by mixed-media pieces he’d already finished because they compelled him to experiment with new techniques and mediums, even if he wasn’t always pleased with the results.
Ann Cross’s inspiration for opening The Uncommon Art Shop in September came years ago through an epiphany at an art gallery. While traveling with her husband, Joe, she discovered a colorful lithograph of a man holding a wine glass and a woman holding a small bird.