Home is Where The Art Is Exhibition
“Great art and great design create an ideal environment for living and working. The design and architectural plan exert a decisive influence on the art choice, particularly regarding size, placement, proportion, color, and choice of medium.” – Beverly Jacoby. Living With Art: Two Forms In One, by Gail Green. renovatingnyc.com
Matt McLeod Fine Art Gallery is hosting an Opening Reception for Home is Where The Art Is, a designed exhibition of fine art and home furnishings, this Thursday, September 29th, from 5:00-8:00 p.m. Live music will be performed by Brian Nahlen. Beer & Wine will be served.
The Opening Reception will feature hand-made furniture from local artisan Lucas Strack, designed into home and office spaces by interior designer Adam Smith. Smith will combine glassware, paintings, sculptures, and pottery from Matt McLeod Fine Art Gallery, with home furnishings from Smith’s storeWhite Goat Chateau & Farm, located in in the Heights of Little Rock, AR.
“When I am designing for your home or work space, it is important to incorporate the evolution of your personal history of original art collected, unique accessories, and custom furniture that reflects your lifestyle and the environment,” says Adam Smith.
“I’m excited about this exhibition,” says McLeod. “Often our clients have a hard time visualizing how fine art might go with the existing furniture in their home. In this exhibition, we will be putting fine art, furniture and furnishings together, so our customers will be able to see how pieces could be grouped together to bring an elegant design to their home or office.”
A student of the UALR applied design department, furniture designer and architectural designer & draftsman, Lucas Strack brings a unique combination of skills to his craft. “I have a passion for creating custom furniture to fit the needs of the client and the space in which the client will dwell.” Says Lucas Strack about his handmade tables, chairs, and benches. “Much of the furniture I create reflects design elements found in architecture.”
For more information about The Home is Where the Art Is exhibition and sale, please call Matt McLeod Fine Art Gallery at 501-725-8508. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit our website atwww.mattmcleodgallery.com.