We are 3 artists who also happen to be friends.
We met in our dorm, Beech Hall, when we were freshmen at Tyler School of Art.
In 2015 we came up with the idea to combine our talents and work together. 
And Beech Hall is what we came up with! Each one of our collections is based
around a theme which allows us freedom to experiment without being tied down to
one medium or identity. Finding inspiration in both art history and contemporary
design, we are excited to present unique, hand-made and one of a kind items that
can be enjoyed for centuries to come.


Danielle Kroll is an artist, illustrator and textile designer living in Brooklyn, NY.
Her unique style encourages viewers to experience a more playful look at life. In the
past, Danielle has had the pleasure of working with such brands as
Anthropologie, Kate Spade New York, Land of Nod and Papyrus.
Her work for Beech Hall includes ceramics, textile designs, paintings and illustrations.


Bev Beaulieu is a Jewelry and 3D CAD designer living in Philadelphia, PA.
At an early age she would spend every weekend antiquing with her parents, which
inspired her love of historical jewelry and adornment. Bev has worked and designed
for brands such as Alexis Bittar, Ippolita, David Yurman, Ralph Lauren, and Donna
Karen. Her work for Beech Hall includes handmade jewelry and leatherwork.


 Wade Keller is an art director and designer living in Philadelphia, PA. With an
emphasis on creating products that evoke the charm and comfort of bygone eras his
work strives to embody a carefree nostalgia. Wade has been fortunate to create work
with a variety of spirits brands as a package designer. His work for Beech Hall focuses
on soft goods and woodworking that includes a range of home decor and accessories.


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