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Christopher Designs Draws Winner for an Original Oil Painting During 2019 JCK Vegas Show

Draw was open to all retailers who attended JCK who made and kept their appointment with the designer brand.

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Christopher Designs Draws Winner for an Original Oil Painting During 2019 JCK Vegas Show
Christopher Slowinski with winner

Christopher Designs Draws Winner for an Original Oil Painting During 2019 JCK Vegas Show(PRESS RELEASE) Rhonda Jacobson of Cumberland Diamond Exchange, Smyrna, GA, won the original artwork titled “New York State of Mind,” painted by Christopher Slowinski, founder and owner of Christopher Designs. In response to her win, Rhonda shared, “In my opinion, when you obtain an original piece of art, you also receive a piece of the artist’s soul – a true treasure. That is the greatest gift of all! I knew Christopher was a talented jewelry designer, but I’m amazed at what a gifted artist he is as well. I can’t wait to hang this gorgeous New York skyline in our store and share the Christopher Designs story with all of our customers that come in.

Original oil painting entitled “New York State of Mind”, is oil on canvas and measures 30” X 30”. The piece was painted by the designer himself, Christopher Slowinski and is an homage to lower Manhattan in New York City. The scene depicts the juxtaposition of the old and new showing the architectural details of the storied Brooklyn Bridge next to the recently completed One World Trade Center. Slowinski used a painterly technique in pastel shades of yellow, pink and blue.

Drawing took place at the Christopher Designs booth at JCK Las Vegas and the painting was shipped to winner in Georgia on Sunday afternoon, June 2, 2019.

Draw was open to all retailers who attended JCK who made and kept their appointment with the designer brand.

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