Show of Hands celebrates five years of its current fun and flair under owners Katie Friedland and Mandy Moscatelli, and a very exciting 35 years of business in Cherry Creek North (CCN).
Denver, CO—(October 20, 2016) Amidst the cranes, new hotels, hottest restaurants, yoga franchises, craft-made coffee and beer houses, is a thriving artist community that only continues to expand and reenergize the Cherry Creek neighborhood—SHOW OF HANDS.
Show of Hands, a cornerstone of the CCN arts district, has two amazing women at the helm who have turned the long-standing gallery into the Cherry Creek Mecca of art and craft for both locals and visitors. Show of Hands features one-of-a-kind art, gifts, furniture and home decor from artists all over the USA. The gallery of custom art and gifts focuses on highlighting unusual, quality, creative, handcrafted art that makes our hearts sing!
“Katie and I bought the store from the original owners with the mission of making local homegrown art thrive in Cherry Creek North. We specialize in Colorado artists, but also represent over 200 extremely talented artists as well,” explains co-owner Mandy Moscatelli. Both Katie and Mandy are also the founding members of The Cherry Creek Arts District and were instrumental in creating the organization.
Congrats, and a big applause are in order for Katie and Mandy and their milestone. Stop into Show of Hands on 2nd and Clayton, with 4 free parking spaces directly in front of the building, next to the garden, for an art respite in Cherry Creek North. Or, if you just must see what is going on in the store at this very moment, visit their newly updated ecommerce website for see fun photos of products, the store, events and more. There are periodic coupons on the website and there will be a big anniversary discount up next month!
“The BID is thrilled to celebrate the five-year anniversary of Katie and Mandy owning a Cherry Creek North institution. They are doing an outstanding job of carrying on Show of Hands’ traditions while putting their own personal stamps on this store. Both are strong supporters of the community and its art legacy,” notes Underdahl, President & CEO, Cherry Creek North BID.