Starbucks welcomes Art Exhibit of Equine Driftwood Wall Sculptures by Beer & Molyneaux
KENNETT SQUARE — The Beresford Gallery is pleased to announce the display of artwork by sculptors L Molyneaux & E. Beer for the month of June at Starbucks coffee.. This exhibit named “Don’t Let The Horses Out”!, will be the first on a tour of several art installations from the prestigious Beresford Gallery, located in Unionville, PA. The Hamptons, Saratoga Springs & Baltimore are the upcoming schedule for this show with fresh artwork being added weekly.
Young Lindsey Molyneaux is most well known for her beautiful life-sized equine sculptures and unique medium of choice: driftwood Molyneaux focuses on the Warmblood world of Jumpers & Dressage horses which she knows well. The driftwood and touches of copper have their own unique qualities of color and texture to ensure that every horse Molyneaux creates is truly one of a kind.
Newcomer, gallery owner & art coach, Elizabeth Beer is now also showing her driftwood sculptures which embrace different equine sports and have a more impressionistic feel. The wood inspires & dictates the creations for Beer.
Beresford Gallery first began exhibiting the Driftwood horses in the summer of 2010 at their show in Saratoga, New York, a town famous for the most important international racing scene worldwide, the work got a great response and amassed many sales and excellent reviews during the short summer season in Saratoga. .The winter of 2011 took the Driftwood art to Wellington Florida where three entire shows sold out and now a permanent show will remain year round for purchase on site at the White Horse Tavern
Commissions for special pieces have been in huge demand by Interior Designers in particular, Molyneaux is excellent at commission work.
The work is here to sell so if you are interested in purchasing any of the artwork on display please call Beresford Gallery directly at 610-347-1247.
Beresford is local (5 minutes) or a sale over the phone is quite normal. There is additional works at the main Gallery in Unionville, PA.