59 New Street
Our clocks are made of slate and/or wood. They come in different sizes in different colors with or without numbers around the images and with or without a pendulum.
New! All of our designs now come as the cover to a lined and unlined journal/drawing book. The books have a black cover, black spiral binding and 100 sheets of recycled paper. They are wonderful for drawing, writing, phone books, recipe books, anything yo u want.
The selection of images shown is part of over 200 designs available as clock faces and book covers. A full catalog is available.
The Pink Cloud Gallery, located in the Berkshire foothills of Connecticut opened in 1989. The artist couple of Peter Hill and Tara Cafiero started this business to extend their love and interest in Art into their community. In addition to pursuing their own goals in painting, jewelry and furniture production, the two featured their own work and works by other local artists. Rotating shows at the gallery ended in 1991 as children and a fast growing craft business took precedence.
Today the Pink Cloud Gallery manufactures beautiful clocks and stationery products designed by the artist team.
Tara received her BFA in Printmaking at the San Francisco Art Institute.
Peter received his MFA from the Yale School of Art and his BFA at the Philadelphia College of Art -- both majors in painting.
Each artist explores very different styles and interests in their artwork. Peter's interests focus on Architectural elements and emphasis on Design and color format. Tara's work on the other hand explores Symbols and the intuitive worlds in a dream-like style reminiscent of artists such as Klee and Chagall. The artists merged their work into finely hand-crafted clocks, which they began making and marketing in 1992. The artwork and design truly speaks to a wide variety of people. Today these unique timepieces are sold nation-wide.
With these clocks, the artwork allows people to indulge in a fantasy of other-worldly spirit with over 200 designs to choose from.
The drama of a glowing flower or radish, the Balinese fish, the spicy red chilies, the coffee pot-god, flying kitchen stuff, the radiant Sun and Moon, these are all dream visions that people relate and respond to and love to live with both at home or at work.