MARFA Turns Up The Heat At Heath L.A.

The brisket was delectable and the iced Tecate like gold dust at a jam-packed reception marking the six-week showcase of the mighty talents of Marfa at the Heath flagship in Los Angeles.

Heath’s shindigs are always a great gathering of friends new and old. The Saturday night bash didn’t disappoint. In fact, it probably outdid previous parties thanks to a super-savory barbecue—on a king-sized kit towed all the way from Texas, no less—with chefs Larry McGuire and Lou Lambert, as well as a jam session with David Garza and Amy Cook along with L.A. pal John C. Riley. What a gorgeous combination for the senses!

(I will try to post my three-minute vid of the jam a.s.a.p.)

Products for sale through early May are a distinctive collection of home goods, from colorfully striped blanket pillows by Constance Holt; graceful wood tables and stools by Pat Keesey, and cool posters by a dude who calls himself El Cosmico. Besides all of those pieces, Andy and I (and by default, Nina) are also lusting after the gorgeous leather chairs by Jamey Garza, who organized the Marfa amigos for the L.A. installation.

The “Marfa Amigos at Heath LA” opened Saturday and runs through May 6, at Heath Ceramics, 7525 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, (323) 965-0800.

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