Friday, January 15, 2010

ANNECHOVIE AND THE SKIRTED ROUND TABLE




I now have a still photo of my print that was featured in this scene in "It's Complicated". The same print is available here.

I want to offer a huge thank you to the ladies of the Skirted Round Table (Joni Webb, Megan Arquette and Linda Merrill) for their very kind mention during their interview this week with Academy Award nominee, Set Decorator, Beth Rubino. I also want to thank Nancy Meyers, Beth Rubino, and super-nice assistant
Kate Yatsko for including my print in the film!!
If you get a chance, go and listen to the podcast and get the inside scoop on the design/decoration side of movie production with one of the most prominent professionals in the industry. Beth decorated the set for  many blockbuster films, including "Something's Gotta Give" and her latest, "It's Complicated".
I hope you all have a great weekend and I will see you on Monday!

43 comments:

Gwen Driscoll said...

Congratulations! So happy for you. Truly an accomplishment. Hope you are well.

Gwen Driscoll
Ragland Hill Social

C.J. said...

Dear Anne, love it, and I think I shall order it. Take a peek at my blog if you would like to see some before and afters of my house. Nothing special but its mine. lol

Love, Carol

Debra said...

I have seen the movie twice and love seeing so much of your print in that funny scene. I have pointed and proudly announced ~ "I know the artist" to my frineds both times! Have a wonderful weekend.

Ingrid Mida said...

Congratulations! How fabulous! May this be the first of many successes in 2010!!!

DoxaHome.com said...

Congrats Anne! I did a Shout Out to you yesterday:

http://doxahome.blogspot.com/2010/01/shout-out-to-anne-of-annechovie.html

All the best love!
Jaime

sophiedahydesigns said...

Wishing you a wonderful weekend too, Anne!

Style Redux 2 said...

Congrats and have a great weekend.

Jacqueline said...

Oh, I'm so glad that you have shown us this still. I was watching the advert for the film, and they go into the bathroom but it's so quick as it's the trailer that you don't see it. I even rewound to see if I could see it !!!! Your picture looks great, Anne. XXXX

Christy said...

How cool! I'm so happy for you that you now have this image of Meryl and your work! YIPPEE! I loved the movie and did shriek when I saw your art. :-) Have a great weekend!

Melanie said...

That is SO exciting for you. Congratulations and have a great weekend.

Michelle said...

I love that they used it in the "feeling funky" scene!!!

Congrats...you must be walking on air!!

Best,
Michelle

La Dolfina said...

Congrats again!
It is really a big deal to have your art featured in such a wonderful film. I hope it is just the beginning of more great things to come your way in 2010.
Have a wonderful weekend!
xo
Terri

Jo said...

How wonderful! I'm hoping to sneak out and see the movie this weekend. Your family must be so proud of you!

Jo

JMW said...

Congrats, again! Love seeing the still pick. I need to see this film ASAP! Your work is so great - so glad I came across your blog!

MrsLittleJeans said...

Oh my goodness...you ARE a celebrity! How wonderful! Have a great weekend Anne!

xox

Linda Merrill said...

You're certainly in great company Anne - the artwork in Nancy Meyers movies is always spectacular. Congrats!

HAMPTON HOSTESS said...

First time to your site and am so happy! Just love your work!! When the movie was filmed in the Hamptons they generously donated many of the furniture pieces to the Southampton Fresh Air Home. I am the happy owner of the blue cotton rug and Oly Hannah chair. Look forward to reading your posts-cheers! Barbara

Jessica Claire said...

anne that is so exciting! congrats!

I would faint if I was see you seeing meryl and your stunning print in the same frame!

sophiedahydesigns said...

I just saw the movie, and it was such fun seeing your print in the bathroom. Congratulations!!

Style Key West said...

Congratulations Anne! You're a Movie Star! Or at least your chair is so that counts. This is really special.I was glad to get the name of the set designer responsible for the most beautiful movie set ever, in my mind - Something's Gotta Give. Can't wait to see It's Complicated and see "The Chair".
Best wishes and thanks again for your support,
Jo

Renae said...

Anee,
What a well deserved recognition! I know it is one of many to come!
xx

Dumbwit Tellher said...

I saw that print on the wall & for a second I wondered..wow what a great surprise and I'm thrilled for you Anne. Beth's set design is always top-notch so no surprise she used your work. I agree with everyone else, you so rightly deserve it!

xx deb

Creative Coquette said...

Congratulations! So awesome! I have to now see this film just so I can spot your work! Wishing you many many more well deserved successes!

Have a wonderful weekend :)

Katie said...

How exciting! Congrats, again!

Ideezine said...

It's so chic and perfect. Congrats again!

Now we need it in a fabric print for window treatments, tote bags and upholstery.

A nice weight silk for a blouse or scarf.

Bette

red ticking said...

He is so good... and so are you... xx pam

jules @ The Diversion Project said...

Congatulations Anne!! i saw the movie and almost squealed out loud when i saw your print. Jut fabulous, and well done!

jules :)

Lisa said...

I'm giving you a giant shout-out at the movies tomorrow! I'm going to shout..."I know the fantabulous artist of the print in this scene & I can tell you all how to order one for yourselves, just look for me after the show!"
You have always been a star to your bloggy friends, we are all so happy for you!
xo Lisa

Deidra said...

Well that just rocks, doesn't it?! Congratulations!

MEADE DESIGN GROUP said...

Congratulations!!! This is awsome :)

Haven and Home said...

Wow how exciting is that?!?!?!?! Congrats!!!!

Heather said...

I loved all the sets in that movie...Meryll's home, her daughter's place, and her great bake store/shop. It was so exciting to see your print in the movie!

for the love of a house said...

How fabulous!
Congratulations to you!!
joan

Melissa @ The Inspired Room said...

Anne,
That is fabulous! I am so excited for you! I had no desire to see that movie until I heard talk about the house and now, of course, I have to go to see your chair's movie debut :-)
Love & congrats,
Melissa

fifiandlulu said...

Again......Congrats on your art being shown in the film!!!!!!!!! Check out my new blog www.thesequinchandelier.blogspot.com I need followers! :) Hope your week is going very well!

Kwana said...

I will give a listen and congrats again!

Laura Trevey said...

So Amazing!!!
That is wonderful for you ~~~

xoxo

ALL THE BEST said...

Anne I am so happy for you! Much deserved!!!
All the best,
Ronda
xoxo

{better than candy} said...

thats sooo neat!! congrats!! i loved that movie btw!

Averill said...

Congrats on the (well deserved) mention, Anne!

I STILL haven't gotten around to seeing this movie but am dying to. Not only does the interior design look fabulous, but I adore Meryl and Alec!

Cheryl said...

I just saw your work last night! So great - congrats!!!

GP CUPCAKE said...

I finally saw the movie! I think seeing your fabulous print in the scene was my favorite part of the whole movie! LOVE IT!!!

Liza Hirst said...

Anne, at last I also get round to telling you how happy I am for you!
This is really somthing to be very proud of! We haven't been able to see the film here in France yet but I can't wait to go and see your print in it - I will probably also squeel out loud! I told some friends about your success the other day and they told me that the director is the same who did "Something's gotta give" - I had no idea - I LOVE that film and I am a big fan of Meryl Streep (of course). Congratulations - you deserve it!!

 
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