TAMPA, FLORIDA – Fine art photographer Eric Griffith of Sarasota, Florida, has been contracted as an artist with Fabrique, a new company specializing in the manufacture of custom textiles, including a unique division for art on canvas. Fabrique maintains offices in Los Angeles, California, and High Point, North Carolina, and a design and production facility in Tampa, Florida.
“This is a wonderful opportunity to have my work displayed internationally in nontraditional avenues,” said Griffith. “Fabrique’s staff and management work closely with the artist to build a brand and maintain a quality product that will make both the artist and the company proud.”
Fabrique (pronounced fah-BREEK) is the French term for manufacture. Raymond Waites, part owner, is personally responsible for billions of dollars of sales in the home fabric industry. “By bringing together established artists to work with Raymond’s creative success, we are changing the way original art is used in the home decor industry,” said Vice President Taylor Moseley.
A lifelong photographer, Griffith worked in Europe for 24 years, shooting professionally and freelancing for various agencies and United Press International. Upon returning to the United States, he took his photography in a new direction which he characterizes as abstract photography or abstract realism. His works are available at the Hyder Gallery in Orlando, Florida.
Griffith continues to pursue his passion for photography in addition to working as a Realtor with Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate. He can be reached at (941) 356-2699. For more information, please visit griffithfineartphotography.com.
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