Jason Thrasher’s Work Showcased at Serenbe Designer Showhouse

22 Sep 2015, Posted by bthrasher in design,photo,press,Uncategorized. Tagged ,

Jason Thrasher’s Work Showcased at Serenbe Designer Showhouse

The Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles Designer Showhouse at Serenbe will feature Jason Thrasher’s fine art photography in the Cloth & Kind designed Master Bedroom. Pictured above is a snapshot of the Master Bedroom as it was being created earlier this month, by Cloth & Kind’s Tami Ramsay. Featured on the wall, at left, is Thrasher’s photograph, E6 Relic, from his Athens Potluck Series (“official” shots of the Serenbe Designer Showcase can be seen at this link, many of which are now in print in Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles).

Also featured in the show are Thrasher’s Holga photographs as well as images from Thich Nhat Hanh’s Plum Village in France, along with artwork by Matt Alston and Rinne Allen.

Cloth & Kind has created an online pop-up shop, so visitors may purchase everything featured in the showcase here.

Jason Thrasher’s fine art photography has been exhibited at the ICA in London, the Yerba Buena Arts Center in San Francisco, the Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans, the Corcoran School of Art in Washington, DC, and the Atlanta Contemporary Arts Center, among others.
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Thrasher’s photographs will be featured in the Serenbe Showcase now through September 28th.

Cloth & Kind is a nationally recognized residential and commercial interior design firm led by co-owners and interior designers Tami Ramsay and Krista Nye Schwartz.
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The 2nd Annual Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Serenbe designer Showhouse on Grange Lake. A lowcountry style house nestled in the trees with lake views. Walking distance to retail, restaurants and the general store as well as miles of hiking trails. Three floors and over 13 designers will be featured.
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The vision for the community of Serenbe was born in an effort to protect the beautiful rural land just outside of Atlanta known as Chattahoochee Hill Country. The first house at Serenbe was built in 2004 and today the community is home to over 400 residents. Serenbe has won numerous awards including the Urban Land Institute Inaugural Sustainability Award, the Atlanta Regional Commission “Development of Excellence“ and EarthCraft named Serenbe the “Development of the Year.”
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Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles cover shot as well as an interior shot featuring one of Jason Thrasher’s Lotus Pond photographs:

Atlanta Homes Serenbe and Cloth and Kind featuring photos by Jason Thrasher

Cloth and Kind with Jason Thrasher at Serenbe