SAVOY: Jill Butler (Paris Postcard Set) Holiday Gift Guide Book Signing

Bank Square Books and Savoy Bookshop & Café are delighted to present our Holiday Gift Guide Book Signing Series. Purchase a personalized book as a gift for a loved one, and we'll gift wrap and mail it to them for free! If you can't attend the event, you can purchase the book online and let us know in the comments if you'd like it signed or personalized. We'll take care of the rest! 

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For People Who Love: Paris & Postcards

Book: Paris Postcard Set by Jill Butler

Artist, designer and author Jill Butler invites you to celebrate the beauty of Paris as told through postcards. Jill has created a custom-made portfolio featuring a unique collection of 25 postcards that takes you on a narrated trip through Paris starting at Notre Dame, passing between the Left Bank and Right Banks—and a part of the Right Bank many Parisian don’t know at all. On the back of each card are brief notes as to what to see or to experience. 

Jill Butler is the creator of The Jill Butler Collection, an internationally distributed French-inspired Tabletop Collection. She is the author of the illustrated books Rendez-vous with France, Wandering Paris, and Create the Space You Deserve. Jill worked for 10 years at the art and product based Vera Industries (the ladybug Vera), where she became the first Executive Vice President in the Home Furnishings Industry. Shortly thereafter, she launched the No Name Designer Name, a New York City design and licensing company. She lives in Connecticut after 18 years of living in Paris.

 

 

Event date: 
Tuesday, December 10, 2019 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm
Event address: 
Savoy Bookshop & Café
10 Canal St.
Westerly, RI 02891

Artist, designer and author Jill Butler invites you to celebrate the beauty of Paris as told through postcards. Jill has created a custom-made portfolio featuring a unique collection of 25 postcards that takes you on a narrated trip through Paris starting at Notre Dame, passing between the Left Bank and Right Banks—and a part of the Right Bank many Parisian don’t know at all. On the back of each card are brief notes as to what to see or to experience.