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ARTIST RECEPTION IN OUR NEW YORK SHOWROOM HOSTED BY DESIGNER DAVID MOSER

September 6th, 2007
Artist Reception – September 6, 2007, 6-8pm
Please join us for an evening reception featuring:
- David Moser’s new Vita Dining Collection
- Paintings by Janet Cook
- Sculptures by Dianne Marxe

Hosted by designer David Moser.

As part of our “alternative gallery space” program, which highlights national and local artists in each of our showrooms, we are proud to be featuring the works of oil and pastel artist Janet Cook and animal sculptor Diane Marxe. The exhibit will be on display at the showroom August 2 through October 31, 2007, with an artists’ reception at the showroom on September 6, 2007.

Oil and pastel artist Janet Cook is a British artist living and working in America. She creates portraits, landscapes and conceptual works. She has been featured on NBC's Dateline program, in a feature on “The Da Vinci Code” where she showed her drawings of Mary Magdalene as the story unfolds. Her works have appeared in various art magazines, and she has won many accolades and prizes in both state and national competitions. Cook’s paintings can be found in many collections including that of the Buckingham Hotel in New York and the Trenton City Museum, as well as in many private and corporate collections throughout America and Europe.

Sculptor Diane Marxe works to transfer the beauty and power of the animal world into her sculptures. Her work with wildlife rescue and rehabilitation started her career in sculpture. In 2001, Marxe met one of the people who has inspired her works, Jane Goodall, and presented her with one of her sculptures as part of the 40th anniversary celebration of her work with chimpanzees in Africa.

To view the work of these artists online, please visit their websites:
Janet Cook: www.janetAcook.com
Diane Marxe: www.animalkarmasculptures.com
"Howard Johnson’s Nocturn II" by Janet Cook - Pastel on Paper - 19" x 27"
"Only the Lonely" by Diane Marxe
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