ART At SAFAVIEH
ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST HOME DESIGN SHOW
Manhattan, New York
Custom Art Gives Sophistication and Drama to Luxury Kitchen Exhibit
Benefit for St. Jude Children's Cancer Research Hospital
CCNS Annual Art Show
Friday June 3rd / 10:00am – 6:00pm
Sat/ June 4th / 12pm – 6pm
Rowayton Community Center
33 Highland Avneue, Rowayton, CT.
Dacor Inc. - New York, City, March 2014
Special Guest: Danny Forster.
Waveny LifeCare Network - "For The Birds" Exhibit
3 Farm Rd, New Canaan, CT
The front lobby's new art installment is all aflutter! Thanks to a collaborative partnership with the Carriage Barn, a specially curated selection of their recent "For the Birds" exhibit has arrived at Waveny. The exhibit features both literal and abstract avian interpretations.
Lori DuBois ART
Acrylic Fine Art
This July, the Geary Gallery of Darien is proud to present “The Art of Relaxation and Awareness” featuring the meditative realistic and abstract paintings of Norwalk fine artist, Lori DuBois. Her exhibit runs July 1 – 30 at the Geary Gallery located at 576 Boston Post Road in Darien.
The Architectural Digest Home Design Show
Custom Sky Mural, by artist Lori DuBois, for Dacor Luxury Appliances
Dacor provides a full line of innovative luxury kitchen appliance products available through a network of over 1,500 retail locations, Dacor is bringing luxurious appliances to customers throughout North America, and into select countries worldwide.
Blame it on the Rain
Art by Lori DuBois at Wee Burn Country Club
SAFAVIEH - STAMFORD
FEATURED ARTIST LORI DUBOIS
Fine Art Gallery at the Stamford Showroom
230 Atlantic Street, Stamford, CT
Home with a View, June 2, 9am to 3pm
The Wee Burn Country Club (Main Club), June 2, 12 to 2pm
Art with Heart Show, June 4th, 3 to 6pm
Website: Darien House Tour
Copyright 2016. Lori DuBois ART
All rights reserved.
Painting donated by Angelica Yika-Nacarino
Greenwich, CT - OCEAN GALA - With master of ceremonies, Joan Lunden, Honoring Terry Betteridge, CEO of Betteridge Jewelers, in support of Oncology Services at Greenwich Hospital.
OCEAN'S DOOR PAINTING
Inspired by the magnetism of water and the beauty of natural vistas, artist Lori DuBois-Caruso's works are a collection of award-winning seascapes and abstracts influenced by the coastal surroundings of New England. Lori has created a beautiful, original acrylic seascape painting, called Ocean's Door. It is a rejuvenating blend of sea and sky in teal, sea foam, pale blue and white. Canvas size is 36" x 36". Comes framed.
June 2nd and June 4th
Photography: Sophia DiBartolomeo
CHILDREN’S CANCER AWARENESS MONTH
Greenwich, CT – The "Artful Serendipity" exhibit, at the Greenwich Art Society gallery, featured a curated collection of original paintings by Lori DuBois-Caruso and Amy Kaplan, plus a Silent Auction to benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
A FORTUNATE HAPENSTANCE
The featured artists believe their meeting was orchestrated by serendipity, a "fortunate happenstance" or "pleasant surprise". By chance, or not, Lori and Amy met by repeatedly running into each other at a number of art shows; in fact, on one occasion, twice in the same day! As they became friends, they realized their art was very complementary in style and synergy. Amy said, “Lori and I seemed to feel a kinship and a connection through our art.”
THE ART OF GIVING
In addition to Lori and Amy’s coincidental meetings, there was another unexpected and very significant meeting at a spring art show. Angelica Yika-Nacarino, a young artist, exhibiting her own watercolor, in the middle school category, was spotted admiring one of Lori’s paintings. An introduction lead to the opportunity for Lori to become acquainted with Angelica’s impressive work. Lori mentioned, “although I received an award at the show, the real honor was being recognized by a young artist with so much potential.”
Later this talented 13-year artist joined forces with Lori and Amy and dedicated one of her best works to the memory of her 6-year old cousin who lost his battle with leukemia. Angelica summed it best as she described the inspiration for her shell painting being the beauty of the shell as a hard protective shield for something so precious inside; comparing cancer trying to break through but never reaching the soul.
The hope is with the support of research, we will provide the beauty of a shell to protect every child affected with the disease.
The event was well synchronized with the spirit of giving, thanks to caring hearts, a love of art and special supporters.