Philadelphia Art Exhibition by Lauren Dombrowiak: An Edifice Spectrum
Inspired by Victorian motifs of the domestic sphere, Lauren Dombrowiak presents a new art exhibition at the Philadelphia Art Alliance. Her sculpture art includes tower-like forms created out of dinnerware, mirrors, wood furnishings and other household objects. Fragile in form and expertly balanced, these works of art change function to form before your very eyes. Lauren Dombrowiak: An Edifice Spectrum runs from September 11 through November 30 this fall. The art exhibition consists of two parts. The first project features several large towers of porcelain dinnerware, combined with oversized wall stencils influence by Victoria paisley design. Countering this display is the second portion of the exhibition, an ethereal collection of materials found in nature, home décor and accessories – all lit from the interior.
Intrigued? The Philadelphia Art Alliance is open from 11AM to 5PM on Tuesday through Friday, and 12PM to 5PM on Saturday and Sunday. Admission to this special art exhibition costs $5 for adults, $3 for students, and $3 for seniors. A museum of contemporary craft and design, the Philadelphia Art Alliance is located just across Rittenhouse Square from our luxurious boutique hotel. Stay with us and enjoy expansive floor plans and comprehensive amenities. You’ll also find acclaimed dining options, a sumptuous spa, and enlightened service during your stay. Do you want to know more about this exhibition of sculpture art, or accommodations at our hotel? Please contact us at 1 (800) 635-1042 for more information and to book your reservations.