Birds of Paradise at a desert table

By Beth Surdut


Beth Surdut

Visual Storyteller ~ Artist ~ Wildlife Illustrator

Creativity is all of life's actions.

Bamboo Forest in 2 colorways

~black ground, khaki/grey bamboo, dark red/orange  leaves




 ~teal ground, purple/apple green bamboo, green leaves
Only napkins available




Heliconia

~black ground, mixed green foliage with dark orange highlights 

and white ginger flowers with slight lavender highlights



Birds of Paradise 

~Red ground with purple accents amidst bold orange, red yellows and greens, red stripe
 



 

Art licensing and design for small business branding to luxury resort items.

Existing or new images for use on all surfaces such as fabrics, table linens, apparel, home furnishings, tabletop, tiles, paper, mugs, t-shirts, chef's aprons and more.

Selected list of companies that have printed Beth Surdut's designs:

Adini-women'sapparel                    
New Aura--women's apparel

India Imports--women's apparel
Cooke Street--men's aloha shirts
Wild Side--T-shirts transfers
Ihilani Resort--mugs, notecards
G. Von Hamm--textile yardage
Avanti--apparel
Trans Pacific Textiles
Locals Only--apparel

Soft as a Grape--apparel

Surdut Table Linen Collection














Bamboo, Heliconia and White Ginger, Ferns, and Bird of Paradise create a fabulous table.

Elegant, functional, washable

100% cotton percale delineated with gold lines

Available
here  and at selected museums  and botanical gardens

              
      Placemats (double sided) 13' x19"-- $10.00    ~   Napkins 20" square-- $7.00

Set of 6 mats and napkins~$90.00

Please email your request. Payments by check or Paypal 

CONTACT

Surdut Tropical Table Linens debuted at Bloomingdale's, the American Textile History Museum's Let's Go Hawaiian shirt exhibit, and the Boston Museum of Fine Arts in conjunction with the blockbuster Gauguin Tahiti exhibition., where the linens, some employing Provencal colorations, sold out. MFA Boston later commissioned Bamboo Forest  to reflect the permanent and popular Asian collection.The Ringling Museum in Sarasota, Florida also became a vendor. Nature being full of surprises, the colors and forms of tropical foliage appear in the gardens of Sonoran desert homes where these linens are elements of the perfect table.These make lovely housewarming, wedding., and hostess gifts.

PLEASE NOTE THAT SUPPLY IS LIMITED.