Wednesday, April 16th, 2014

#travelingcupoflove

Friends!

This long, dark winter has left the beloved Birch Cup itching to step outside and sight see.

So far, it has made its way though Central Park, Grand Central, The Met Museum of Art, The Museum of Natural History, and a few other pretty awesome places around New York City.
Know that it may be a small cup, but has big dreams of travel, so stay tuned. There will be some exciting adventures in store.
Keep tabs on the whereabouts of this cup of love by following us on Instagram! All trips are documented under #travellingcupoflove and #wherewillthebirchcupgonext

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Tuesday, February 18th, 2014

Birch 2.0 Has Arrived!

Dear Friends,
 

We cannot thank you enough for your patience over the past couple of months while our flagship store under-went construction, and then moved a hop, skip and jump down the block. It has meant the world, and reminded us repeatedly of why it is we do what we do. YOU.

 

We are NOW OPEN at 21 East 27th Street. Please come visit us there. We can’t wait to see you, lookin’ all fancy in the new space. The new door is 65 steps east (toward Madison) of the old space. That black, posh looking part of the wall on the block? That’s us!

See you soon, friend.

 

Birch LOVES You.

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Thursday, February 6th, 2014

Moving Party!

Hey Friends!

Birch 2.0 is days away from being ready for you. And we couldn’t be more excited.

Next Thursday, February 13th, we are saying farewell to the special space that this incredible journey started. The shop is a reflection of you, and it would mean the world for you to be there to celebrate this awesome community that has grown with us!

Join us starting at 7 pm for some food and drinks and let’s go out with a bang!

Your Birch Crew

(and be on the lookout for the opening celebration of the new space!)

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Monday, June 3rd, 2013

June Artist in Residence: Matthew Pisani

Matthew Pisani is a painter, advertising art director and creator of MPISA.com. Often painting in a style he refers to as objectivism, Matthew bends paper clips into unique shapes and then incorporates the wire figures into his abstract art. Recently, he has begun exploring a painting approach inspired by the impressionism and realism movements.

With bold design and evocative colors, Matthew believes that successful pieces of art are those that connect with the audience and elicit an emotional response. No matter how subjective or individual the mind is, there are universal elements of humanity that unite each one of us. Art and creative pursuits are certainly among these unifying occurrences.

For more information, please visit: mattpisa.com.

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Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013

April Artist in Residence: Yeon Jee

Paintings to Be Slept On
April 1 to April 30, 2013

Yeon Jee studied Industrial Design at Pratt Institute and Fashion at Fashion Institute of Technology. She was born in Seoul, Korea, and moved to America at the age of 15. She is currently living in New York painting, writing, and playing music.

Phone: 201 214 4373
Email: yjee86@yahoo.com

Paintings: http://yeonj.blogspot.com
Other Works: http://www.coroflot.com/yeonjee/Works-n-Wares
Accessories: http://adornedinaugust.etsy.com
Music: http://leafpilemusic.com

Please join us this Saturday April 6th at 7 pm for the opening party

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Friday, March 22nd, 2013

The Birch Boys pay homage to one of their favorites, Breaking Bad

We know you’re addicted, so this iced coffee season, we’re upping the ante.

Birch Iced Coffee 64 ounces at a time. Made black, not blue.

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Monday, March 4th, 2013

March Artist In Residence Elyse Brandau

There are three things I am crazy about- 1.) Creating 2.) Comedy 3.) Carrots. Not really carrots, but I am fond of them.

My first portrait was when I was 4 years old. It was a unicorn with six legs. My passion for people and animals has transformed into one of a kind portraits since then. After years of studying privately, I am now celebrating those who have influenced our lives with my personalized rendition. More importantly, I am grateful to be able to do this. Thanks for swinging by!

- Elyse

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Tuesday, October 9th, 2012

October Artist Residency: Marni Wandner

Marni first remembers picking up a camera around age 13 – the result was a lot of black and white photos of cats and people’s feet.  She slowly continued to develop her love for the captured image and has learned a lot along the way. She thinks of photography as her way of collecting visual memories they way she sees them and she hopes to convey a certain sentiment through each finished piece.
Please join us October 9th, 7 – 9 pm for Marni’s art opening party.

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