Lenehan Studios goes to NYC

Well, my art did. Not necessarily me. My wonderful friend and extremely talented designer, Barbara Brown of Barbara Brown Interiors was invited to design a table for the prestigious Lenox Hill Gala in Manhattan this past April.

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The Completed Table
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(Our table in the Lower Left)

The theme was “Make a Splash” and boy did she. She asked me to hand paint a 126″ diameter table cloth in bold florals and gemstones and 9 fantastical animals to parade around the table.

Lenehan Studios, decorative painting, faux painting, murals, trompe l’oeil, ceiling mural, children’s mural, wall art, custom art, faux, faux finishing, Baltimore, Ellicott city, woodgraining, marbling, plaster, painting, artist, local, Dee Lenehan, cabinetry painting, furniture painting

Summerhill Cabinets created the cut out menagerie from my sketches.

Lenehan Studios, decorative painting, faux painting, murals, trompe l’oeil, ceiling mural, children’s mural, wall art, custom art, faux, faux finishing, Baltimore, Ellicott city, woodgraining, marbling, plaster, painting, artist, local, Dee Lenehan, cabinetry painting, furniture painting

A shot for scale:

Lenehan Studios, decorative painting, faux painting, murals, trompe l’oeil, ceiling mural, children’s mural, wall art, custom art, faux, faux finishing, Baltimore, Ellicott city, woodgraining, marbling, plaster, painting, artist, local, Dee Lenehan, cabinetry painting, furniture painting
On the wall for scale

Of course Miss Rosabella could not be left behind so she received a prime seat upon one of the five elephants.

Lenox Hill Neighborhood House began as a Settlement House in 1894.  Community workers lived in Settlement Houses established in poor, crowded urban neighborhoods and worked with local residents to provide educational and recreational services including English language and job training, arts programing, health care, youth programs and much more. Today, Lenox Hill provides a multitude services to all ages. Click Here to learn more.

So grateful for the opportunity!

Click here to learn more about the gala.

 

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