Exhibit ‘Pretty Vacant’ opens Jan. 24 at Larchmont Art Salon

| January 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

FRIENDS AND CO-HOSTS Marcie Bronkar and Patricia Carroll at the Art Salon.

Friends Marcie Bronkar and Patricia Carroll were at an art exhibit recently when they had a brilliant idea.

“It’s crazy this show is coming down. It has so much potential… Why not bring it to Larchmont?” said Carroll, a local Realtor and former art student.

A curated selection of about 25 paintings from the exhibit “Pretty Vacant” will open on Fri., Jan. 24 from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Art Salon, 128½ N. Larchmont Blvd. The show ends Sun., Feb. 23.

“Larchmont has never had an art show of this caliber to share with the community,” said Bronkar, Salon proprietor.

“The idea was born to bring a part of this exhibition to the art lovers and collectors of Larchmont,” she added.

“SUNSET” by Martin Durazo is among pieces on exhibit.

“SUNSET” by Martin Durazo is among pieces on exhibit.

Works in the Salon are by artists Yvette Gellis, Constance Mallinson, Martin Durazo and Walpa D’Mark, represented by Ace, Pace and other major galleries.

The art hails from a showcase which debuted recently in a 1930’s California Monterey home in Westwood slated for renovation.

The art returns to the house for a second show after the renovation.


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