Ask Polly!!! The
Internet Advisor Polly Guerin
"Ask Polly" is a business coach and your key to success. If you
want to learn how to present yourself in a professional manner
the right kind of job, improve your skills and attract
management recognition for promotion contact, "Ask Polly."
Her program of Powerful Presentation
Skills provides dynamic
ways that you can brand yourself as an outstanding individual
relays the message to management that you're someone to promote
the corporate ladder.
Learn how speech, manners, deportment and
the way you dress sends signals that indicate whether you are a
leader, procrastinator, or slagger. Remember dressing up is new
again and dressing down is out,
but how to interpret style is the clue. Contact
"Ask Polly" and
she'll discuss your concerns and the fee for this personal
THE DYNAMICS OF ART DECO:
Polly Guerin, editor in chief of The Modernist, an Art Deco
magazine and a recent featured speaker at (CAUS) Color
Association of the United States, is expanding her Art Deco
repertoire on the lecture circuit for diverse audiences.
organizations and women's clubs may wish to engage Ms. Guerin as
a keynote speaker at a regular meeting or special event.
A lively raconteur of the
Art Deco genre, Ms. Guerin focuses on the streamline style of
the 1920's and 1930s covering topics from fashion and notable
women of the era, to architecture and home furnishings.
Highlights of her lecture include luminaries of the Art Deco era
including Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe, Le Corbusier, Emile Jacques
Ruhlman, Rene LaLique, Sonia Delaunay and Tamara de Lempika.
The Dynamics of Art Deco
pinpoints the major influences on streamline modernism in a
discussion that includes cultural influences from Orientalism,
Aztec, Egyptian and the Harlem Renaissance movement. The major
entertainment personality Josephine Baker is given center stage
as is Maurice Chevelier and Mistinquett.
Storyboards which augment
the lecture provide visual impact of the subjects discussed. For
further information contact Ms. Guerin at
The millennium, literary 40-page magazine published by the Art
Deco Society of New York is a collectible issue, not just for
Art Deco aficionados, but for anyone who appreciates and enjoys
international articles in the Art Deco genre, the publication
was produced by Editor In Chief, Polly Guerin, and Art Director
Peter Davis and published by the Art Deco Society of New York.
articles include: the Radio City Music Hall Restoration;
England's Eltham Palace, living on a grand scale that recalls
Noel Coward's Private Lives; the Musee des Annees 30, the new
Art Deco museum in Paris; as well as features on Bakelite Radios
and Scents of Style. The magazine costs $20 and can be ordered
through the ADSNY website: www.artdeco.org.