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Bicycle Fine Art
BICYCLE FINE ART FIRST FRIDAY SALON AT THE FLATIRON DESIGN COLLECTIVE
Flatiron, District, NYC (June 30, 2015) – Bicycle Fine Art is thrilled to exhibit at the Flatiron Design Collective for their First Fridays Artist Salon Series on Friday, July 10th from 4:00pm- 7:00pm.
Bicycle is a fine art advising business headed by Curator Lisa-Thi Beskar who is dedicated to act as a vehicle for promising emerging artists from around the country. Beskar is providing a thoughtfully curated selection of original works catered for interior design projects, private collectors and corporate collections that satisfy different styles and eclectic aesthetics.
The Flatiron Design Collective is a collabortation of Connie Lee’s CL Curated for Royal International; Fromental and John Lyle’s JL Create. The Flatiron Design Collective is devoted to continuing the tradition of the arts and crafts movement by offering custom made rugs, handpainted wallpaper, fabrics, furniture and accessories to create classic interiors.
The show is a wonderful oportunity to dicuss the convestation between architecture, design and art within a space. The exhibition is featuring works by Minneapolis painter, Danielle Voight, who chooses to express herself through miniamlism due to the work’s openess for interpretation. At a glance, each work appears to be simple until the negative spaces are explored and the subtle complexities of the works are exposed. Nascent oil painter Jonny Kelson, who aspires to create realist and meticulous portraits. His original works are inspired by his own 16th-19th century portrait collection and the styles and techniques of the Old Masters. Wisconsin artist Eric Lee, who combines his love for demanding details, non-traditional buliding materials, and experimental techniques using explosives within each piece. Life cycles of people and growth from decay are subject matters that stimulate Lee’s passion for art. Representing Brooklyn, Dan Sabau, known for primarily working in portraiture, his works investigate the psychological conditions as human beings where he addresses concerns of unconventional beauty; self-destruction; illustrates our internal sensations of desire and repulsion; our attraction to anguish; and the life cycle of death and rebirth.
The Bicycle Fine Art First Firdays Salon is being hosted by the Flatiron Design Collective at 54 West 21st Street Suite 707, New York, NY 10010.
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