Sara Hill is the founder and brains behind TreatNOW – a new mobile app allowing you to find health and beauty therapists that are close by and available in real time.
Sara Hill left a long TV career behind her to work full time on her start up in July 2014.
TreatNOW is launching soon, and is a quick and easy way to book super last minute health and beauty appointments from your mobile device.
It’s aimed at men and women and will be available in 20 languages initially. She says “We live in a multi-cultural world and the UK is a real hub for international trade and tourism. All these people want to look and feel good. It would be great to help them find out who’s good, who’s near and who’s available now in their own language.”
Here Sara picks out her top five art works at Orso Major Gallery
Ellie Kirby runs Exhibition Plinths and is self titled “Head of making your exhibitions stress free’. Exhibition Plinths are suppliers of cabinets and display plinths for exhibitions and trade fairs as well as galleries and museums. Her clients include The Royal Mint, Net A Porter and Waitrose.
She says “I did not become interested in art until I went to a few workshops last year where I really got an appreciation for creating things, having been living in my left brain all of my life! I enjoy taking the time out to contemplate and discuss what is being conveyed for different people from a piece of artwork.
Here she lists her top art picks from Orso Major.
I’m delighted the gorgeous and talented interior stylist and award winning blogger, Sarah Akwisombe has agreed to share her top five art works from Orso Major.
Sarah Akwisombe is an interior stylist and blogger. With a blog that focuses on statement style and personality, Sarah encourages homeowners to have fun experimenting with style and finding their own unique design personality. Alongside blogging, Sarah is a keen interior stylist, and has experience working with household brands such as Marks & Spencer and DFS as well as independent brands and individuals. She describes herself as ‘Betty Draper in Nike Air Max’ and has a love for old meets new and bold, playful style. Sarah was crowned the winner of the Bathrooms.com home design blog awards, is part of the Decorex 100 most influential interiors tweeters and in 2014 won the coveted Amara Interior Blog Award for best newcomer.
Read her Top five art picks from Orso Major Gallery below.
Gary Baxter is the mastermind behind the Four Corners coffee shop on Lower Marsh. A social media wise guy and agile marketer, Gary and I spend many an hour discussing the art of making fine coffee, mixed media art and progress in the entrepreneurial sphere. He opened Four Corners at Lower Marsh in the summer of 2013 and it has already gone on to win awards. You can follow the coffee shop on Twitter @cornerstweets, Facebook and Instagram @fourcornerscafe.
Here he picks his five favourites from the gallery.
Kate Marsden is a textile designer and fibre artist. She creates beautiful pillows and lampshades from fabric uniquely patterned with repetitive geometric London scenes.
After studying Fashion & Textiles in the mid 1990s, she returned to her passion after working for several years in the City of London. Mid-century architecture and textile design, as well as everyday life in the city inspires her amazing work.
Here are Kate’s Top 5 Picks at Orso Major Gallery