Amy Kaplan Limited-Edition Messenger Bag
PRE-ORDER: Bags will be available to ship or pick up in 2-3 weeks.
Artwork Title: Dreamweave, Summer Days
Made of high-quality material and featuring digitally-printed artwork, the messenger bag is perfect to carry your summer essentials, Farmer’s Market purchases, or laptop.
Your purchase of a MoCA Westport limited-edition messenger bag gives us the power to continue to share compelling exhibitions, concerts, and classes with the community. During this time of COVID-19 we need your support more than ever as our funding has been severely impacted.
Availability: Only 2 left in stock
Ten celebrated local artists have donated their artwork to MoCA Westport for this special fundraising effort. We hope you will choose to support the power of the arts, too. Made of high-quality material and featuring digitally-printed artwork, the messenger bag is perfect to carry your summer essentials, Farmer’s Market purchases, or laptop.
Your purchase of $200 per bag will go directly toward funding MoCA Westport programs that enhance our community and bring us together. Whether the bag is for you, your favorite college student, or your favorite grandparent, there is no better time to show your support of the arts.
AVAILABLE FOR A LIMITED TIME!
About the Artist
I make mostly abstract art referencing landscape real and imaginary, using pigment and cut paper to weave together a textile remnant, an artifact representing the way each day, so similar and yet different, weaves our memories of a place. The weaving and layering creates not just a literal representation of place, but a sense of time and space as well. Symbolically, this is echoed in the way each of us must weave our personal history into our present and our future.
Amy Kaplan grew up along the CT shore, and its landscape continues to inspire her. In addition to creating and showing her original art around Fairfield County and New England, Amy is also an event planner, and produces local Pop-Up Gallery exhibitions and events. She is an elected member of Westport’s Representative Town Meeting, a former Board Member of the Ridgefield Guild of Artists, and a current Board Member of the Artists Collective of Westport.