Friday, April 12, 2013

Billy Seccombe Gallery Opening @ Le Salon D Art

Last night’s opening reception at Le Salon D Art at 90 Stanton St. in New York City’s Lower East Side was a smash hit.  With a steady stream of people, the reception of my work was positive and uplifting.  I had a chance to meet a number of interesting people, both artists and patrons.  It was a great evening and many thanks to Hans Kerremans and his wife Grace for allowing me the privilege of showing in their space.  By day, Le Salon D Art is a hip, trendy salon but by night the space transforms into a quant gallery setting perfect for exhibiting art.

I had the chance to speak with some remarkable artists including Jimmie Arroyo, Lacey Lewis, and Kenny Hardwork Hilaire.  It was a spectacular turn out of great people supporting the arts in one of New York’s most untouched and refreshing neighborhoods.  Located directly across from “Arlene’s Grocery” and a block behind “Katz Deli”, Le Salon D Art is nestled perfectly in the heart of one of the most artistic and perhaps under the radar spots in Manhattan.

My very talented musician cousin John Gaenzler has performed across the street at one of New York’s premiere live music venues.  The neighborhood smacks of great live music, graffiti, mural work, and one of a kind restaurants in the city.  Thank you to all for making this possible.


Billy Seccombe

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