“COLOR blind” is an installation of 105 hand-painted works on Arches cold-press watercolor paper (30 x 22.5 inches each), displayed floor to ceiling, that wash viewers in a cascade of vibrant hues and gradients. These works were sold individually with special pricing for sets of 3 or more. Also on display were 3 select watercolors created at a full 60 x 40 inches. A red, blue and gold trio were on display to showcase the elegance of these vibrant works on paper after framing. Image & Frame were pleased to offer 10% off of custom framing services for any of the works in this exhibition.


Additionally, and in a unique interplay between art and design, form and function, the nights’ featured artist, Michael Marlowe, worked with David Adler to transform one of his pattern-based paintings into an exquisite 100-knot Nepalese rug that will be unveiled by night’s end.


Special pop-up event.: Thursday, November 11, 6 to 9 p.m. at David E. Adler Fine Rugs during the regularly celebrated Scottsdale Art Walk. A memorable evening of beautiful weather, drinks, hors d’ouevres, art and design in the heart of Old Town Scottsdale.

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