Illustrator Dori Desautel Broudy-one of two daughters herself-and mother to two daughters (and a son) as well, not only demonstrates her love of family through her work, but, as with Second Daughters Baking Company, shares a dedication to the people, businesses and charities within the City of Brotherly Love.
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A native New Englander-turned-proud Philadelphian, Dori founded the Gallery of Good® three years ago following nearly ten years as a litigator in New England, New York City and Philadelphia, and upon her first ten years of motherhood. Named for its dedication to producing art exuding joy, supportive of local sourcing and philanthropic causes, the Gallery of Good® is meant to spread exactly that: goodness, from every direction.
Celebrated by many-including Forbes, Philadelphia Style, Thrive Global and local affiliates of NBC and CBS, and clientele spanning Hollywood, professional sports, the art world and television, it is the response to her work of her family and her neighbors in Philadelphia that is most important to Dori.
Her portfolio (available on http://www.doridesautelbroudy.com), includes a range of illustrations available in print, canvas, acrylic block, stationery, face mask and home decor forms, all of which are designed and produced entirely in the USA (and nearly exclusively in the Greater Philadelphia area). Dori's love of local, Woman-Owned and Black-Owned businesses, as well her dedication to volunteering her time and resources to the benefit of others, speaks to us in a way that not only explains our collaboration, but defines it.
Fine paper presentations of Dori's illustrations will be made available through the Second Daughter Baking Company; a collection of carefully curated designs selected by three daughters from two families, the purchase of every card will also support organizations which address food insecurity locally and nationally. We hope you enjoy our goodness as much as we do.