BY jane, ON Monday, December 13, 2010 AT 2:03 pm

One of the most wonderful things about making art,  is that you get to give it away.  Since it is the season of giving,  I thought it an appropriate topic! I am peripherally involved in several charities,  and one of them is www.kageno.org started by my steadfast friend,  Frank Andolino.  Kageno, meaning a place of hope, transforms impoverished communities into places of opportunity and hope.  I always donate auction items, such as our glass keepsake boxes, for the yearly fundraiser, but this year I also donated the table numbers for the tables. Each table had a single orchid plant and woven runners. A lesson in simplicity.  Benjamin Gustafsson kindly took this photo for me.

One Response to “Kageno”

  1. I love the calligraphed table numbers! The table numbers and coordinating place cards would be a beautiful for banquets, receptions, reunions or even smaller gatherings where mutiple tables are used. Most hostesses use several tables for wedding or baby showers in a home setting. This is a great way to make each guest feel that they are at a special table!

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