Enjoy art, discover new artists, and exchange ideas over gratis chocolate truffles and biscotti at this intimate gallery and shop. Design powerhouse Savania Davies-Keiller; her husband, artist Michael A. Capotosto; and her longtime colleague and right-hand man, Joel Alexander Morales, opened this space to bring together people with an appreciation for beautifully crafted pieces that aren’t mass-marketed. The first floor serves as the trio’s design studio, and a narrow spiral staircase leads to a cozy basement with Oriental rugs and wooden shelves, showcasing a revolving selection of exhibits of creations by the founders and their friends. In an effort to foster a collective of creative individuals and inspire collaborations, the Little House offers an invitation-only membership program, which provides access to private viewings, dinners and events. Stop by to check out Davies-Keiller alpaca men’s cardigans ($495), Nawal Gebreel handmade metal-yarn scarves ($210), Davies-Keiller and Morales’s reversible leather totes ($450), John White ceramic skulls ($150) and Capotosto’s knotted wax yarn sculptures ($1,200–$3,500). Next up: The founders plan to publish print periodicals about art and other subjects.
|Venue name:||The Little House (CLOSED)||Contact:|
71 Sullivan St
|Cross street:||between Broome and Spring Sts|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Wed by appointment only, Thu–Sun noon–7pm|
|Transport:||Subway: C, E to Spring St|
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