The group exhibition “4 + Elements” is behing held at the historic Prince George Gallery in the Flatiron District. This show is organized and curated by Stella Lillig. It will feature works by artists in the tri-state area and in various mediums.
The works selected will be priced affordably and accessible to either beginner or seasoned art collectors.
The following artists participating are as follows: (last name alphabetical order)
Mary Jean Canziani
William Conroy Lindsay
Fashion Presentation on Opening Reception night by: Geary Marcello
Gallery Art Sales by: Oscar A. Laluyan
Curator: Stella Lillig
The theme of this group show is based on elements. There are four basic elements: Earth, Wind, Fire and Water. Elements are found everywhere and manifested in different ways. Each artist will be able to interpret any element. Their preference is close to the core of their creativity and will allow us a peek into their inner process. This promises to be layered, textured and diverse show that will have variations on the theme.
Elements exhibition was organized per the artists call and need to show their work. Most of them had previously shown at the historic Hotel Chelsea. As the lauded venue has been sold to new owners who will convert it into private condominiums, there is a pressing need for alternative spaces. This show will be a springboard for more organized group shows in unique locations throughout the New York Metropolitan area.
Part of the proceeds from sales will go to benefit Common Grounds. The organization is a grass roots conservation group dedicated in preserving the historic site of the former Prince George Hotel and its legendary ballroom. They have worked tirelessly to raise funds and volunteer manpower to achieve their goals into retaining this Flatiron District gem as a vital historic landmark in the neighborhood.
For additional information about this show or to request more images, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Prince George Gallery
15 East 27th Street (between 5th & Madison Avenues)
New York, NY 10016
Tuesday thru Sunday, 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday – CLOSED
N,R Subway to 23rd Street, walk up to 27th Street, head east past 5th Avenue and the Gershwin Hotel, the gallery is next to it.