LXV hosting art reception, unveiling of new ‘Library Room’
–On Saturday, Oct. 12, LXV will be hosting an art reception and unveiling of the new LXV Library Room – “ARMAA.N.”
Artist Carrie Graber paints scenes that showcase women in gorgeous mid-century modern architecture. Graber and LXV owner Neeta Mittal will be present to engage with the guests. Certain prints will be available for sale. LXV will be pouring two 2014 Library wines. Wines will also be available for purchase by the glass. There will be a cheese and charcuterie table.
The exhibition will be hosted at LXV’s new sensory extension “ARMAA.N,” located next door to the tasting room.
About the artist
Carrie Graber is a Southern California native who is influenced by the hot summers and warm glowing colors of her home. Her high contrast light and shadow oil paintings feature glamorous scenes of daily life in the Southern California landscape, combining a 19th-century mastery of capturing light and illumination on canvas with her own fascination with American mid-century architecture. Graber’s work has been exhibited around the world, and she is considered among the most talented and well-collected contemporary artists of our time.