I am honored to have been working with the Facial Pain Association (FPA) since 2009. I enjoyed using my knowledge of FPA, working closely with their Director of Development to design the inaugural Annual Report.
The Facial Pain Association was founded in 1990 by a team of people who were profoundly grateful for recovery from years of disabling trigeminal neuralgia pain. The organization now assists thousands of others around the world. FPA has emerged as the world’s leading resource for information and health care guidance for all people suffering from neuropathic facial pain. Both patients and healthcare professionals benefit from its programs of education, personal support, and advocacy.
Web: In late 2017 we created a new website for Barthle and Associates that would offer visitors easy access to information about Barthle and Associates services. The new site made it easier for Barthle and Associates to keep website information current and to provide helpful links and reference information for clients. The new site is optimized for the best search engine performance. To view the site please visit: http://www.barthleaccounting.com
Branding: Eileen Barthle had been using an art deco oriented logotype spelling out “Barthle and Associates.” In 2015 she decided to expand her business focus to handle more payroll services for clients. After evaluating her old logo it was decided to create a more contemporary look. We decided that a minimum of text was best. Included in the new logo are the more descriptive words, “Tax and Accounting” instead of “and Associates.” A second variation was also created to showcase the company’s emphasis on payroll services.
About: Barthle and Associates is committed to providing close, personal attention to its clients. Barthle and Associates investment of time and resources in professional continuing education, state-of-the-art computer technology and extensive business relationships is indicative of their commitment to excellence.
Testimonial from Eileen Barthle
“For more than 10 years, Caren Hackman has been my go to person for my business design projects. Her work is always top quality and she is professional and easy to work with.
This year I knew I needed to rebrand my business but I had no idea what I wanted. Caren walked me through a series of questions and images and before I know it, I had a new logo. The new look for my business truly reflects the image I wanted. I love it and it was gotten rave reviews from my clients.
If you are looking to change the look of your brochures or your entire business, Caren Hackman is the best person for the job.”
Yoga saved my life. After an injury in 2008 and unsuccessful back surgery I was in pain and side-lined for two years. Thanks to the great training I received from my first yoga instructor, Anna Lee Sanders, and all the wonderful teachers since, I live a full active life. This series of paintings shows my great love and respect for the practice. I hope that viewers can feel that love and connect with the spiritual and physical aspects of yoga. Thank you to my wonderful models, Karen Burnett and Shelby Grant, of Yoga Palm Beach. More paintings are in the works. The acrylic on canvas pieces are approximately 28″ x 24″, $1,080.
My deep spiritual connection to the yoga practice set me on the course for creating the yoga icons. The pieces are digitally painted images that are printed on canvas or paper then hand painted. This spiritually motivated series resists the confines of framed canvas and is hung like a classic Asian scroll. Prices range from $162 for smaller pieces (approx. 12″ x 16″) to $540 for larger ones (approx. 27″ W x 47″ H). Please click here to order your customized artwork.
These pieces belonged to Nathan Katz, a furniture refinisher and my great grandfather. Soon the painting will be passed down to my daughter and the tools will go to my son, a talented wood worker.
The Keepsake Series grew from my love of utilitarian objects. I am fascinated by simple tools and their ability to create. There is great beauty in the humble, worn chair backs and tool handles that I paint. These items have served generations and I feel privileged to be able to paint them.
Watercolor on 100% Arches cotton rag, 15” x 11” and 15″ x 22″ $450 and NFS
For more than 30 years in Red Bank, A.H. Fisher Diamonds has been one of the shore’s leading authorities for fine diamonds and jewelry. Specializing in GIA Certified Diamonds, Alan Fisher along with son, Matthew, guide customers through the most important factors when purchasing that special diamond.
Logo with tagline
Pocket brochure with business card holder, folds to 4.5″ across X 3″ high
Children’s Services Council of Palm Beach County, assists under-served populations in finding resources and information.
Scope of work includes brochures, rack cards, and other outreach materials produced using photos of participants.
This design piece presents a report to the community about the progress made with the ongoing Healthier Together community initiative. Palm Healthcare Foundation, Inc. launched Healthier Together, a place-based initiative to address complex healthcare issues and quality of life in six Palm Beach County, Florida communities. The mission for Healthier Together is to create a systemic community-wide approach to target some of the most complex healthcare needs of residents and to build communities with the capacity to collaboratively take action.
The theme for the 2016-2017 season is “The Gift That Keeps on Giving.” The theater is celebrating it’s 35th anniversary. The 2015-2016 season theme was, “World Class Entertainment” Design work for each season includes theme creation as well as design of all collateral, social media and advertising materials for the season.
“The 2015-2016 season was my first time to work with Caren. She designed our collateral materials for our performing arts season and I am so pleased with the results!! Throughout the process, Caren was responsive, dedicated and professional, and always a pleasure to work with! The brochures and all of the materials she designed are beautiful…our patrons love them, too!”
— Leigh Woodham, Theatre Director at Palm Beach State Collage