Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Art in Bloom at The OUT NYC! Brazilian artists create a spring oasis in the heart of Hell’s Kitchen

The Lotus Blossom Atelier and Adriane Ayma Art + Interior Design are pleased to present Art in Bloom, an exhibition to celebrate the arrival of spring. From April 21st, on view until May 12th, in the heart of Hell’s Kitchen, the exhibition will be on display inside the lobby of The OUT NYC hotel, recently named one of Fodor’s top 11 trendiest Hotel’s in the world. The opening night cocktails will be held on April 23rd.

An oasis in the middle of the concrete jungle will be open for the public during these four weeks. Art in Bloom will float towards the intersection of everything that is beautiful, natural and glamorous. With a touch of organic uniqueness that is characteristic of the work of the Brazilian artists on display, the combination of frames and flowers will create a unique art experience.

The artists present a series of artworks that trace a specific color trend. In the spirit of spring, the color theme will change each week. For week one, the deep and rich purples and pinks will be the theme. The second week is yellow and orange. With their limitless imagination, for the third week the artists have chosen blacks and Burgundies. Last but not least, all white is the color theme for the final week. The public will be greeted by visually captivating, arresting flowers and art frame works. The New York based artist, Anthony Frattin will be collaborating with the exhibition.

The OUT NYC lobby is open 24 hours per day and admission is free. The Art in Bloom is generously supporting Brazil Child Health (BCH). During the event, 50% of the amount collected from the sale of paintings and flower ornaments will be donated to the organization. 

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