Anthony Schmitt

Designer and window dressor, BNY


Artist, designer, window decorator for BNY in Santa Monica, Gaya in Brentwood, Sara Jo in Pacific Palisades and Open Wide in Santa Barbara (all in California); designer of the annual trolley tree at Edgemar in Santa Monica, California

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Healing by Design

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Los Angeles, 2106, and the Holiday Season 2006

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