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 ABOUT LONDUBH

Londubh Studio (pronounced Lon-Dove and meaning 'blackbird' in Irish Gaelic) transforms spaces with surface designs that flaunt fresh use of colour, pattern, texture, shimmer, and a bit of magical mysticism.  Inspired by nature, history, social justice and the sunny california free spirit, artists Lisa Donohoe and Brynn Gelbard push the boundaries of the traditional decorative arts while also blurring the line between art and design.

 
 

LISA DONOHOE

 Originally from Dublin, Ireland, Lisa Donohoe made her foray into the decorative arts 15-years-ago while working at the esteemed Willem Racke Studio in San Francisco, California. It was on jobs for Peter Marino, Ken Fulk, and Jay Jeffers where she was first inspired to push the boundaries of an otherwise traditional craft. After moving to Los Angeles, Lisa attended UCLA’s Interior Design Program where she experimented with all kinds of styles and honed her holistic approach to design. Upon starting Londubh Studio, and especially as a female entrepreneur, Lisa earned her contractor’s license to qualify to take on the most grand and grandiose projects.

Originally from Dublin, Ireland, Lisa Donohoe made her foray into the decorative arts 15-years-ago while working at the esteemed Willem Racke Studio in San Francisco, California. It was on jobs for Peter Marino, Ken Fulk, and Jay Jeffers where she was first inspired to push the boundaries of an otherwise traditional craft. After moving to Los Angeles, Lisa attended UCLA’s Interior Design Program where she experimented with all kinds of styles and honed her holistic approach to design. Upon starting Londubh Studio, and especially as a female entrepreneur, Lisa earned her contractor’s license to qualify to take on the most grand and grandiose projects.

BRYNN GELBARD

 Prior to being half of Londubh, Brynn Gelbard made 30 short films featuring LGBTQ people and their allies fighting for equal rights for The Devote Campaign. The final year of this project was dedicated to introducing gay binational couples like themselves denied immigration rights due to the Defense of Marriage Act, to be heard by the US Supreme Court. These visual portraits debuted in the Huffington Post accompanied by articles she wrote. With the law overturned, Brynn joined Londubh Studio, where she overseas publicity, social media, art collaborations, and brand development as well as being a hands on artist.

Prior to being half of Londubh, Brynn Gelbard made 30 short films featuring LGBTQ people and their allies fighting for equal rights for The Devote Campaign. The final year of this project was dedicated to introducing gay binational couples like themselves denied immigration rights due to the Defense of Marriage Act, to be heard by the US Supreme Court. These visual portraits debuted in the Huffington Post accompanied by articles she wrote. With the law overturned, Brynn joined Londubh Studio, where she overseas publicity, social media, art collaborations, and brand development as well as being a hands on artist.

 
 
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