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Favors & Gifts in Port Chester, NY,
(914) 924-1622

About Us

Jenn Cacciola Studio creates intimately personalized, holistically-crafted wedding and engagement portraits that begin with open-ended questions.

My work relies on understanding and giving imagery to those subtly intense, "in-between" moments — curiosity, misunderstandings, turning points, joy in full bloom, humor, adoration — and seeks to honestly represent the presence of each within the whole your relationship. Together, we'll find a way of encompassing your relationship’s unique history into a hand-made, original artwork.

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The Commissioning Process

This piece starts with you.

  • The first step is scheduling a chat to work out the details. This is also my chance to gather an understanding of who you are and what the essentials are for your final piece. We'll then schedule a short, very casual interview and photo-shoot (for reference image use). This session normally takes a maximum of 1 hour. For some circumstances, the interview may also occur via video, and photos may be emailed.
  • Pricing is dependent on a variety of components in your project, including the overall size, materials, number of ink colors, printing layers/plates, and amount of detail needed. All prices are agreed upon ahead of time so that you aren’t faced with any surprises at the end of the project. Let’s keep this a simple, profound experience.

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A Little About Wood Lithography Printmaking:

The rarely-used process of Wood Lithography (or Mokulito) produces highly variable print editions, making each print entirely unique. The images struggle to hold clarity against the grain pattern that appears from the wood plate used during the printing process. During the post-print drawing process, I react with pastels, paint, marker, woven papers and other materials to the unpredictable texture variations that occurred in each print. This is one way of acknowledging the limitations of what I’m really able to know about my customers, and of welcoming the mystery by which each of the faces in my work is surrounded.

Each wood lithograph starts with a sketch and is then transferred at scale to wood. The wood is cut to the shape of the drawing, and sanded. The image is then re-traced, some wood burning may be used, and then the wood is prepared with chemicals that will allow it to retain the image. After the chemicals set for about 3-4 weeks, the wood is ready to be printed on a traditional etching press. The print is then allowed to dry, and remains under weights for flattening for at least 1 week (depending on the paper type). The post-print drawing process concludes the piece.


Elizabeth Peralta

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  • We had the honor of having a print done by Jenn Cacciola Studio. We loved it, it was an intimate conversation that allowed us to walk her through our love story. When you look at the print it speaks Volumes to our relationship, from the movement of the print, down to the bench where we had our first date. We can’t wait to do our wedding print with her too! She is someone who listens to deeply to make sure that your piece is 1000% for you.

    Frequently Asked Questions about Favor

    How would you categorize your product offerings?

    Custom, Personalized

    What services do you provide?

    Shipping

    What is the average turnaround time, from initial contact to shipment?

    1 Month+

    Are you able to meet clients in person to showcase your product?

    Yes

    Is there a minimum order requirement?

    Yes

    What is your return policy?

    Final Sale



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