Missy Steffens/M.Steffens Interiors
photo by Sarah Rossi/Selavie Photography
It is with deep regret that ArtsMemphis announces the cancellation of Art by Design 2020. This a very difficult decision was made with your health and safety in mind as it relates to the evolving COVID-19 situation.
Art by Design would not be possible without your ongoing support.
If you already have purchased tickets to an 2020 Art by Design event, please consider converting your ticket purchase to a fully tax-deductible donation to ArtsMemphis. Your gift will support local artists and arts organizations as they face extremely difficult challenges.
Since its inception in 2016, Art by Design has raised more than $700,000 to support the local arts community. In this time of crisis and uncertainly, artists and arts groups turn to ArtsMemphis for support, and the economic impact of COVID-19 on our arts community cannot be understated. The nonprofit arts community employs 6,000+ people, and annual spending generated by the arts within Shelby County is near $200 million.
Your support truly helps our local artists and arts organizations as they work towards re-opening their doors and welcoming you back! If you wish to convert your ticket purchase to a donation, no further action is necessary. If you would prefer to receive a refund for the amount of your ticket, please contact Kelsea Lewis at 901-578-2787 or [email protected].org no later than Friday, June 19.
Many thanks for your ongoing support of ArtsMemphis and the greater arts community!
Greg Baudoin (Greg Baudoin Interior Design)
Event Founder and Co-Chair, ArtsMemphis Board Member
Ann Parker (Parker Design Studio)
Design and Show Chair
Art by Design was founded in 2016 by ArtsMemphis Board member Greg Baudoin as an annual curated series of events highlighting Memphis’ interior design community and supporting our city’s artists and arts organizations. This incredible event, centered around vignettes in a chic gallery showroom, has raised more than $650,000 over the last four years — helping ArtsMemphis make grants to 73 arts groups and artists.
Anthony Shaw established A. Shaw Antiques & Jewelry in 1996, after serving for several years as a floor plan and blueprint designer for home building and renovation projects. Over the last two decades, A. Shaw has set up showrooms in the South Main Arts District and in Chickasaw Oaks Plaza in, respectively. The firm is currently based in the Historic Broad Avenue Arts District. A. Shaw Style is regularly featured at The High Point Market, the Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville, and AmericasMart in Atlanta, among other major markets. Shaw’s career highlights include serving as head designer and renovator for interior and exterior projects from a New York City penthouse to a posh Palm Beach estate and many other interesting projects in between.
A. Shaw Style
2485 Parkway Pl. | Memphis, TN 38112
901.485.4579 | ashawstyle.com
Do YOU! I'm here to help you do just that. Growing up in Memphis, I’ve always had a passion for decorating and design. As soon as I was strong enough, I began moving furniture around in my mother’s house. If I'm ever in your home, I'm probably moving your furniture around in my head. I'm a quirky individual with a love for all cultures and styles. I like to bring an abundance of good energy and creativity to my work.
My goal is to help my clients create a dream and make it a reality that reflects who they are as a person, a space that is authentically theirs. I offer style and function that is cohesive to everyday life.
B Living Interiors
Home Styling, Staging and Decorating
Betsey Mosby is an interior designer based in Jackson, Ms. With a primary focus in High-end residential interiors, Betsey's firm works on projects across the country in the residential, commercial and hospitality arenas. Her design sensibility is a modern take on a traditional aesthetic– focusing principally on classic tradition with an influence on more contemporary art and textiles. She has honed her eye through travel and a lifetime appreciation and study of architecture and fashion, in addition to her extensive design training and unique background as a CPA. Her eponymous firm is based out of its Shoppe and Studio in Jackson and has an additional office in Oxford, Ms. Her work has been published multiple times both nationally and regionally, and she is the Mississippi Member of Southern Living's Designer Network. She lives in Jackson with her husband, Will, and their daughter, Pryor.
Born and raised in Memphis, TN, I come from a place where art and culture is celebrated, and being a part of spreading awareness in those areas is my mission. Being of African/Afro-Caribbean, European and Indigenous-American descent, I like to allow my appreciation of culture influence how I view the world, and in turn, influence my response to life's experiences through art and design. Everyone is different. Everyone is beautiful - and so is life.
I’m a professional Jewelry Designer, Interior Stylist and fitness addict. I view life is a constant adventure, full of lessons to be learned, and positivity to spread. "
David Quarles, IV
Residential, Commercial, Event Design & Styling
Greg Baudoin Interior Design has created stunning interiors for some of Memphis’ most prestigious homes. Known for timeless aesthetics, Greg Baudoin integrates traditional pieces and classic design with contemporary styles and finishes. The Greg Baudoin aesthetic is known for comfortable sophistication achieved with subtle patterns, fluid transitions and a cohesive palette. The results are always compelling and undeniably elegant. From bedroom makeovers to kitchen renovations to pool and patio designs, Greg Baudoin is committed to quality, craft and expertise. He approaches every project with energy and professionalism, leaving no detail of the design process unattended. In addition to design consultation, Greg Baudoin Interior Design has a showroom with a carefully curated selection of furniture, lighting and accents.
Greg Baudoin Interior Design
169 Racine Street | Memphis, TN
901.791.0318 | gregbaudoin.com
Ragan Magness has spent the last fifteen years working for and with Greg Baudoin at his flagship interior design studio, Greg Baudoin Interior Design. After graduating from Vanderbilt University in 1992, Ragan returned to her hometown of Memphis to work in finance on a bond sales and trading floor. She then felt called to the more creative industry of interior design. Ragan has honed her skills over the years with the support of Greg and his team of designers and has built her clientele and portfolio to include an array of residential and commercial projects. Ragan loves mixing antiques and traditional pieces with contemporary styles to create an aesthetic that is warm, comfortable, fun and a true reflection of each and every client. She is married to Lon and they have three children.
Karen Seelig graduated from the University of Mississippi in 1997 with a BA in Interior Design.She returned home to Memphis and began her design career focused on commercial design, but quickly realized she wanted to concentrate more on residential projects. She became a part of the design team at Rodgers Menzies Interior Design in 1999 where she gained invaluable hands on experience in all aspects of design. She took a break from the industry in 2003 and was a freelance designer for many years. She joined the design team at Greg Baudoin Interior Design in 2018, and is thrilled to be back in the industry surrounded by such a talented and supportive group of designers. Karen describes her design aesthetic as grounded mostly in traditional, classic design while carefully blending old with new. She loves to create timeless, comfortable interiors for her clients to enjoy for many years to come. Karen and her husband Brad have three children.
At Greg Baudoin we specialize in residential and commercial interiors, renovations and new construction projects off all sizes.
169 Racine Street
Memphis, TN 38111
Deidre Scott is a Memphis native whose interest for interior design began to flourish at the age of 11. She studied architecture and design at the University of Memphis and was granted the opportunity to work her first full-time position in the industry in 2012. She enjoys building relationships with all types of people and her passion is fulfilled each time she has successfully interpreted her client's personality within the ambience and aesthetics of their home or work space. She loves to sing, travel, and enjoys all cultural cuisines. Experience has always been her favorite teacher!
Depp Britt moved to Memphis in 2008 and began his design career with I.O. Metro. He also worked for Jan Campbell Interiors (Chicago, IL) and has been featured in four local print publications. With a passion for interior design, Depp loves both residential and commercial projects that offer challenges of creating both functional and warm spaces for his clients.
Design Description: DRAMA
1213 Ridgeway Road
Memphis, TN 38115
@WelcomeToHowse - Facebook
@the.howse.com - Instagram
@dscottinteriors - Instagram
@deppbritt – Instagram
Locally owned and operated, we've been serving the Memphis, TN area for 18 years. Hunt Simonton, is a cabinetry maker / carpenter by trade and a third generation contractor. He handles each project with hands on care and oversight. We are highly motivated and well experienced in any project you may need for your home. We have solely relied on referrals and our reputation for continued operation over the years. We are incredibly grateful for our past and existing customers for their continued support.
HS Carpentry + Design
1956 Madison Ave | Memphis, TN 38104
t 901.327.7379 | c 901.277.9951
Kimberly Nicole Perry is an Interior Decorator in Memphis, Tennessee. Her company, three by kpd - Kimberly Perry Designs specializes in Interior and Event Decorating and Curated Gifts. With a focus on elevated simplicity, Kimberly promotes quiet, easy elegance in decorating, style, thought and living.
Kimberly Perry Designs
I've loved interior design for as long as I can remember, so it was just right for me to launch my business. My style varies, and I believe that a space should have the things that make a person happy. It doesn't all have to be one specific style, but a compilation of items that flow together nicely. I get joy out of helping others make their current living space into a home that they are always eager to run back to at the end of the day. My motto is, " love the space your in." I work hard to ensure that my clients are happy with the end result.
Laquita Tate Interior Styling
Lindley Martens’ love of art, nature and the transporting qualities of expression through fashion was seeded early in a rural upbringing outside New York City. Exposure to the art and culture of NYC and the grounding of close connection to nature had a lasting impact. Her pursuit of design progressed as a student at the Memphis College of Art, then later at Rhode Island School of Design. After working in New York for Ralph Lauren as an assistant designer in the Women’s Classics and Accessories Divisions, Martens returned to Memphis, where her formative instruction in interiors took root, first under the direction of the Rodgers Menzies Interior Design firm and later working with Shea Design.
She founded Lindley Martens Design in 2010 after a combined 13 years with these storied design firms. Her deep-seated sense of artistry allows her to create a story for each room’s distinct personality while retaining a sense of connectedness to the whole. Her spaces are inviting, tailored and timeless, a true reflection of the homeowner’s personality, layered with client’s special collections and one-of-a-kind treasures from her own travels.
Lindley Martens Design
680 S Perkins
Primarily residential design
Originally from Alabama, Leslie moved to New York in her early career. After working for Columbia University, living near the Chelsea art district, and traveling to cultural centers around the worl