Last night SOLIFESTYLE stopped by the opening of Big Lobby Art, an exhibit featuring larger than life artwork curated by Streetwater and presented at Openhouse Gallery. Even before we stepped in the door of the Soho space, we were blown away by the scale of some of the works on display which ranged from spiraling wooden sculptures to psychedelic paintings of piranhas. All of the work was big, bold, and beautiful.
Inside the event, a huge crowd enjoyed sipping cocktails and interacting with the large and in charge artwork. We were particularly blown away by Jeremy Holmes' work at the entrance, which was simple but made a big impact (see below). If you'd like to see the art in person, the Big Lobby Art pop-up is continuing through Saturday, March 31st. Check out tons of photos from the event below.
Jeremy Holmes, bendy wood artist extraordinare, backed by his creation for the night
Guests sipped on drinks mixed with Amaro Erbes, an Italian after dinner liqueur
Megan Biddle's Disperse above, made of blown glass
Jacquelyn Lipp of Streetwater, and Greg Spielberg of Openhouse Gallery
Delicious mushroom truffle soup by Mark Fahrer Caterers