I created a series of beautiful Pop paintings called “Glam Girls” for the grand opening of Sixties Special Gallery Provincetown 2014. Sixties Special is an interior design studio shop opened by my friend-in-art and sophisticated NYC interior designer Guy Barbarulo. Barbarulo loves vintage decoration and has an amazing appreciation for beautiful art and design. Guy has been responsible for creating beautiful homes throughout the United States and abroad and it is a compliment of the highest order that he holds my art in high regard. When Guy Barbarulo was asked to participate in the Bloomingdales//Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams “Design on a Dime” Housing Works philanthropic program, it was only natural that he use my art for his one-of-a-kind designs!
The “Glam Girls” series was a huge in at the Sixties Special Gallery opening! Provincetown is a historically homosexual community, so the iconic women represented in my paintings were received with the celebration the ladies depicted historically deserve. Liz, Sophia, Marilyn, Liza and Barbara, oh my! Each of the paintings has details in the jewelry, expression, coloring and backdrop; the cohesive series features attention to detail personalized to highlight the subject. The “Glam Girls” showcase was on display from June – July 2014.
I have a huge presence in philanthropy, so I was honored to participate along side Barbarulo in the “Design on a Dime” design project. I donated prints of the CENTO PAINTING featured in the one of a kind design to be auctioned for charity.
THE CONCLUSION: SIXTIES SPECIAL GALLERY PROVINCETOWN 2014
I have great respect for the work and vision of Guy Barbarulo and look forward to visiting his Provincetown shop in the upcoming seasons.
For information about my charity work, please visit my PHILANTHROPIC page.
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