Known for her fearless use of color, Dana delights and inspires the artist in each of us. Early on, her unusual pairings of an asparagus with a dove or a bee and tulip caught the attention of even the most jaded buyers of home decor. In the 90's her charming wares lined shelves at Neiman Marcus, Bendels and Saks Fifth Avenue. Every season brought something new and refreshing to the fore. In her hands, centuries old tradition are made modern and relevant today. Ancient ikats, Chinese vases, painterly florals and curvaceous ogees are rendered in bold strokes and infused with a distinctly modern sensibility. Drawing on the past, she creates products that will stand the test of time. Dana's loose painterly style is evident in both the textiles she designs for Stroheim as well as her collection of home accessories. She has evolved from an artist crafting exquisite pottery, to a designer of furniture, wall covering, art prints and textiles.. Her relaxed and lighthearted aesthetic exudes throughout her work.