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Sabina Hill - New Works, Fall 2011
merry christmas

'Tis The Season

Dear Friends,

What a year!... an extensive interior design project, commissions, shows and exciting new possibilities to include an exterior sculpture for a prominent Vancouver Hotel and a suspended sculpture commission for a financial institution.

The completion of the interior design for an 18,000 square foot lake front property along the Naramata Bench, BC, presented a wonderful opportunity to design custom leather sofas, coffee and side tables, ottomans, and cushions—as well as select exquisite Jan Kath area rugs, interior furnishings and lighting.

Representing a new direction, the Thunderbird Chair, the first piece in the new Harvest Collection, was unveiled at IDSwest. Sabina is in the process of creating new pieces to add to the collection featuring the luxury, texture and colour of tanned salmon skins.

Sabina is invited to the 26th Annual Pacific Rim Whale Festival to showcase her work at a solo exhibition during March 17-25, 2012

Happy Holidays everyone!

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Sabina's artwork is available to collectors, interior designers, architects, and specifiers. Her collections are on display at select contemporary galleries and are also available for purchase directly through Sabina Hill Design Inc.

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About Sabina Hill

Canadian Designer Sabina Hill, in collaboration with First Nations artists, creates art, limited edition furniture and custom installations which merges the rich mythology of North West Coast aboriginal culture with a contemporary design aesthetic. Sabina skillfully integrates Native motifs into her work creating a unique, contemporary expression, one that evokes the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest and celebrates the convergence of two distinct design cultures.

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