where’s victoria—the face of okan arts? :: Okan Arts
where’s victoria—the face of okan arts?

where’s victoria—the face of okan arts?


By Patricia Belyea

SEATTLE WA  As many of you know, Victoria Stone is my youngest daughter. Victoria has managed the Okan Arts online store since 2015 while she attended University of Washington.

As part of her job, Victoria displayed a newly listed yukata cotton pattern in the Okan Arts monthly e-news. Some readers admitted they clicked on each edition just to check out Victoria’s hair color.

Now that Victoria’s out of school, her role at Okan Arts has changed. She will no longer be handling admin work for the store. Instead Victoria will only be helping at special gatherings—guild presentations, trunk shows, and the Book Release Party in December.

Everyone loves Victoria and her generous spirit. So look for her at our events and not in the e-news. And wish her well with her new endeavors!

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14 comments to “where’s victoria—the face of okan arts?”

  1. Carolyn Maia Burton says:

    Indeed, Victoria has a warm generous heart which will bring her success in any endeavor she follows. I have no doubt about that. I wish her everything she wishes for herself! Carolyn

  2. Robin Shilman says:

    Good luck Victoria on your new endeavors. May your next chapter in life be all that you hope for.

  3. Kae Eagling says:

    Victoria, Blue Skies!

  4. K Jill Varnell says:

    So happy to ‘meet’ you Cousin Victoria. One day it will ‘really’ happen. In the meantime, congratulations on the completion of University and very best wishes to you in all your future activities. In the event that you find yourself in the midwest for any reason, pls remember your family in WI.

  5. LeeAnn says:

    Congratulations and all best wishes, Victoria! I’ve enjoyed the brief encounters we’ve had. Surely we’ll see each other again at Okan Arts events.

  6. K Jill Varnell says:

    Dear Victoria, thanks to social media I’m getting to ‘see’ more of my relatives. One of these days I’ll surprise everyone and turn up for a short visit. In the meantime, I wish you every success in all of your future endeavors.
    PS Your Grandma Belyea was always my fav aunt. I spent many summers in Britannia and so was able to spend lots of time with Grandma and Grandpa Belyea. Only once was she angry with me…I bit her (through woolen clothing) when she was riding a horse. She wouldn’t take me for a ride!!!!!

  7. David Owen Hastings says:

    Best wishes to Victoria, a woman with a regal name and a generous spirit!

  8. thelizur says:

    Congratulations and all the best in your new endeavors Victoria! I like ‘seeing’ you and hearing of your transitions.
    Many blessings,
    Ruth (Williamson)

  9. Amy L says:

    All the best to Victoria in her next adventures! It has been a pleasure seeing her monthly selection and hair style.

  10. Heidi says:

    Patricia – Thanks for giving us an update. Victoria’s lovey spirit (as well as her fabulous hair) will be missed. Looking forward to the Dec book release party!

    Heidi

  11. Ann Darling says:

    Maybe a “now and then” update on Victoria’s hair color ( and I also loved the bags when they became pointed in the center!!!). Best wishes in whatever her new path is to be.

  12. Wishing you the best as you continue your journey. Your education combined with the experience in your Moms business should quicken travels to that next goal. Good luck!

  13. Dawn Tenneson says:

    Beautiful Materials!

  14. Dawn Tenneson says:

    Love the colors and your success!

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