FRENCH-AMERICAN Eva Calonder has a nice way with prints. She creates them, silk-screens them onto canvas or linen, then sews them into Printed Wild tote bags, clutches, catch-all bins and more. There’s lots of black-and-white—even on some elegant glass candle holders—but there are touches of color as well. And works on paper that are, like all of her designs, inspired by nature and made in her Adams Morgan studio.
Eva’s offerings are among the many that will be found at the National Museum of Women in the Arts’ Makers’ Mart Arts & Craft Fair, Sunday through Tuesday, April 10 through 12 (hours vary), in the museum’s Great Hall, 1250 New York Avenue NW; nmwa.org.
THE CRAFT EVENT IS OVER, and a great success. You can find Eva’s great bags at printed wild.com.