Jean-Marc Fray French Antiques is one of more than 50 dealers selected by 1stDibs founder Michael Bruno to show the most vibrant and significant collection of antiques, mid-modern furnishings and art available in New York City. This vibrant, new marketplace, which occupies the entire 10th floor of the New York Design Center at 200 Lexington Avenue, is now open to the public, Mon-Sat.
Jean-Marc Fray's showroom at 1stdibs@NYDC currently features the works of Deborah Page Projects artist Marlene Louchheim, a talented sculptress who shares her time between studios in Los Angeles and Hawaii. This stunning collection of bronze sculptures made of burlap, bronze, aluminum and copper is a visual exploration of the subtleties and intricacies of human emotion.
|"Fragments #2" by Marlene Louchheim|
"Deborah Page Projects always brings fabulous, bold contemporary works of art that not only hold a clear investment value but combine beautifully with our collection", says Jean-Marc Fray. "Marlene Louchheim's sculptures are exquisite to behold and fit perfectly in the environment we wanted to create in our New York showroom."
|"Elevations" by Marlene Louchheim|
"Marlene Louchheim has been able to create a broad range of abstract sculptures, expressing both sensuality and a sensitive understanding of formal relationships," says renowned sculptress Deborah Butterfield. "Her sculptures are lovingly crafted and are a reflection of her life and devotion to both her wonderful family and the commitment to her art. She has succeeded on every level."
|"Dreams" by Marlene Louchheim|