New Haven, CT, October 03, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The Wave Gallery, in downtown New Haven, will be selling Nesola Scarves. Launched in the past year, The Nesola Scarf Company is the brainchild of Connecticut artist Lois Goglia and her business partner Wendy Mcleod. Nesola Scarves are vibrantly colored charmeuse silk scarves, which come in decorated boxes. Goglia and Mcleod describe Nesola Scarves as being wearable art designed for powerful women. Wave Gallery owner, Phyllis Satin, said that she is delighted that her store will be the premier store in the New Haven area to feature and sell Nesola Scarves. This will be the first line of designs from Nesola Scarves, which are directly derived from Goglia's Day of the Dead print series. The Day of the Dead scarves were inspired by Goglia's visits to Mexico, where she learned the meaning and customs of the holiday. “Not all Nesola scarves are imbedded with skull images. Some scarves bear the vivid palette that I associate with the clothing and crafts I admired on my visits to Mexico,” Goglia said. Nesola Scarves is on Pintrest, Facebook, and Twitter. Further information about the Day of the Dead holiday and Lois Goglia's artwork can be found on her website: www.loisgoglia.net. Wave is located at 1046 Chapel Street, in New Haven; CT. Nesola Scarves are made in the United States.