New York, NY, August 24, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- transFORM Gallery is excited to announce their premiere art exhibit, Rock, Paper, Scissors, at their Manhattan Showroom in the New York Design Center. The opening reception for this international mixed media art exhibit will be held on September 18th from 2pm to 9pm to coincide with the New York Design Center’s highly anticipated annual event, What’s New What’s Next. In addition, transFORM Gallery will be hosting a presentation on art consulting, Untapped Revenue for Designers, at 6:45pm. Come enjoy the artwork and celebrate our first Manhattan exhibit and the thriving use of art in the New York design community.
What: transFORM Gallery Manhattan’s Premiere Art Exhibit, Rock, Paper, Scissors. Exhibited works from artists including Lubomir Tomaszewski, Rodolfo Edwards, Glenn Fischer, Mark Van Wagner, Michael Buscemi, and Wayne Zebzda.
When: Opening Reception September 18th from 2pm - 9pm. Art Consulting Presentation at 6:45pm. The exhibit will be on view for the public Monday through Friday, 9am to 6pm from 09/18/14 through 01/03/15.
Where: transFORM Gallery, 200 Lexington Ave Suite 708, New York, NY.
About Rock, Paper, Scissors
Rock, Paper, Scissors explores the way an artist's unique choices of medium shape their process and their artwork. From rock and metal sculptures to burned paper and elaborate collage, these artists manipulate seemingly simple objects into constructs of the imagination. Common items and supplies are re-imagined and brought to life through surprising techniques. The exhibit features an eclectic and international mix of paintings, sculpture, collage, photography, and mixed media by Lubomir Tomaszewski, Rodolfo Edwards, Glenn Fischer, Mark Van Wagner, Michael Buscemi, and Wayne Zebzda. Come and experience one-of-a-kind pieces of artwork and share wine and conversation with exhibit curators and art consultants, Kara O’Neill, transFORM Gallery Art Director and guest curator, Lisa Cooper.
About Untapped Revenue for Designers
Kara O’Neill, transFORM Gallery Art Director, and Art Consultant, Lisa Cooper, will share best practices on how to find quality decorative artwork that transforms your client’s home. The discussion will cover a range of topics including the display of artwork from paintings to sculptures, current trends, and the hanging and care of artwork.
About What’s New What’s Next
The New York Design Center presents its sixth annual What’s New, What’s Next, a showcase of new ideas, design, materials, and products. The most anticipated interior design event of the season will boast presentations, book signings, and panel discussions with the industry’s top editors, designers, and manufacturers.
In addition to the stimulating programs surrounding the latest trends, guests have the opportunity to view new product introductions ranging from residential to contract, rugs to lighting, sofas to tiles, ultra-modern to traditional, and everything in between. What’s New, What’s Next celebrates every facet of the design industry generating a buzz that can’t be missed.
About transFORM Gallery
transFORM Gallery presents diverse and eclectic exhibitions of original artwork in Manhattan and New Rochelle, NY. Our artfully curated exhibitions provide visitors with the opportunity to discover a variety of mediums from painting and sculpture to mixed media and graphic arts. Artists come to transFORM from throughout the world and our neighboring communities in New York, Connecticut, and New Jersey to present their artwork for homeowners and interior designers to find pieces to enhance their interiors. transFORM Gallery provides a window into the artists process and inspirations to create connections between the feeling of the artists and the viewer.
transFORM Gallery lives at the crossroads of art and interior design. Interior design and decorating have a need for the energy, mood and life that is brought into a space by original artwork. Our gallery hosts many exhibitions and events each year and functions as a showroom for our home storage designs. Each one-of-a-kind, custom designed closet and built-in storage fixture made at transFORM is an expression of their client’s passions, lifestyle, desires and tastes, much like the art displayed in our gallery.
Since it’s opening, transFORM Gallery has collaborated with local artists and civic organizations to support the advancement of the arts and non-profit groups. Gallery owner, Andreas Messis, “This is a wonderful opportunity for us. We have a space that supports imagination and innovation, and through that, the community at large.” transFORM Gallery invites you to a new experience of art and interior design.
For more information, visit transformgallery.com, call 914.500.1000, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit us at the NYDC 200 Lexington Ave. Suite 708 New York, NY 10016 Mon – Fri from 9am – 6pm or at 20 Jones St. New Rochelle, NY 10801, Monday-Friday 9am-6pm and Saturday 10am-4pm.