L BERNBAUM ART GALLERY OPENS IN NEW CONTEMPORARY-STYLE BUILDING IN THE HEART OF SANDY GROUND
Anguilla, B.W.I. – Lynne Bernbaum has moved and re-opened her art gallery in the village of Sandy Ground, a popular destination for both residents and tourists. After nine fruitful years at the busy George Hill intersection, the termination of the lease for expansion by the owner of the building instigated the move, but it is a welcome change and presents a new concept for Ms Bernbaum. Where the previous location housed both studio working space and gallery walls for exhibiting, the new space will serve strictly as a gallery. Ms. Bernbaum will be painting at her home studio and looks forward to greeting visitors from 4:00-8:00pm at the newly constructed salon-style gallery. This setting is conducive to afternoon, off-the-beach and pre-dining visits, as Sandy Ground has become a mecca for a variety of superb restaurants, venues and shops.
About Lynne Bernbaum
Lynne Bernbaum is one of the most influential artists to come out of Dallas in recent decades. Anguilla based since 1995 and the Caribbean’s best known modernist painter, she began as a Landscape Architect, graduating from the University of Arizona in 1978. In 1983, a transition to the field of Architectural Illustration (working in San Diego, Chicago, San Francisco) contributed to additional design and graphic skills.
The fine art painting followed as a result of an “eye-opening” excursion to the Caribbean region in 1988. Immediately, her existing foundation along with exceptional innate talent was nurtured by rigorous training at respected institutions: Art Students League New York, Laney College, Oakland, California, and University of California, SanDiego.
Ms. Bernbaum has exhibited in numerous institutions and galleries throughout the USA, Europe, the Caribbean and Canada or the last 20 years. Her masterful skill and expertise in various media bespeaks the work of a mature and dedicated artist. For more information, please visit http://www.LynneBernbaum.com/.
– Press Release
(Published without editing by The Anguillian newspaper.)