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“Botero” @ Vered

Sharon Kelb (Floral Icon Events), Vered

Vered Gallery hosted an opening reception for the internationally renowned artist BOTERO this past Saturday May 28th.  His sensual massive sculptures dominate the exhibition with an arresting impact. They will be on display with his paintings and drawings through June 22, however, Botero is probably best known for these immense sculptural forms, which he began creating in 1970, shortly after rising to prominence in 1961. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to see his amazing works up close at 68 Park Place in East Hampton, across the street for UA movie theaters on Main Street.  Click on the Vered banner on the right for more information.

Sharon Kelb (Floral Icon Events), Vered

Vered Gallery hosted an opening reception for the internationally renowned artist BOTERO this past Saturday May 28th.  His sensual massive sculptures dominate the exhibition with an arresting impact. They will be on display with his paintings and drawings through June 22, however, Botero is probably best known for these immense sculptural forms, which he began creating in 1970, shortly after rising to prominence in 1961. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to see his amazing works up close at 68 Park Place in East Hampton, across the street for UA movie theaters on Main Street.  Click on the Vered banner on the right for more information.

Dan & Lisa Malloy, Helga & Richard Hodosh, Lisa Walborsky
Lisa & Lynnette Lavender
Talia & Ron Carner
Julie Ratner, Sima Arlam
Lenore Bailey, Steve Romm
Erik Rosario, Kim Yetka