Sloane Brown, Baltimore Sun
February 8, 2012
While this is primarily a women's apparel and jewelry store, it also offers one-of-a-kind artwork, much of it made by owner Christie Rottman. Rottman uses a lot of broken vintage English china, glass and mirrors in her mosaics, often incorporating found pieces in it as well. "I call it organized chaos," she says.
This is a triptych ($595) by local artist Karen Gaillard O'Dowd. The three 20-inch square pieces are made of carpet sample boards and framed by tin from old buildings demolished in St. Michaels.
LunaChick is at 7-B Goldsborough St., Easton. Call 301-520-1096.