It's Warm & Toasty at ArtsEcho Galleria (or) Let it Snow, Let it (everyone join in!)
We at ArtsEcho are determined types. We never let a little snow (...a little?) keep us from our daily rounds...which include finding some truly special vintage items not to mention quite incredible artists and musicians for the exhibitions and "soirees" that we hold here.
Here are some of the things coming up:
Friday next (February 4 at 8pm) is the Chris Crocco Fluid Duo with Chris on guitar and Peter Slavov on double bass. This is an intimate concert (...intimate is a given here at ArtsEcho as we're not quite as big as Alice Tully Hall) and it's such a personal way to hear/experience live music. Afterwards, we'll all drink and nosh and ask probing and intelligent questions of the charming musicians (well, you guys can...I'll just shmooze).
Monday, February 14th, is the fashion show/musical happening of designer Babatunde Ajiboye. It's called "Sisi Eko" which means "Lagos Gal" in one of the 510 languages spoken in Nigeria (seriously...my good friend Google told me).
This Sunday we'll be parting from some of the brilliant art quilts by Carolyn Lee Vehslage (we'll be keeping several due to their incredible popularity here) and welcoming the surreal/abstract quilts of fiber artist Lisa Chipetine. (Opening exhibition coming up...soon TBA'd.)
Now as for the warm & toasty part...I'm sitting on our famous pink couch drinking our secret-recipe spicy hot chocolate (which we make for intrepid souls who come here to shop on rainy and/or snowy days...), surrounded by lovely antiques, beautiful clothing and sparkling sterling silver. Join me!
Sandra and the ArtsEcho Galleria team
PS: That sparking sterling silver mentioned above (unique rings, necklaces, pendants, bracelets) make the very BEST Valentine's Day presents...just a hint.
PPS: Our January/February hours are 12 - 8 Tues - Sat and 12 - 6 on Sunday.
PPPS: You can call us at 201 692 6277 and visit us onlinehere.