Gallery AD+D opens in Long Beach Arts District with a collection of fine art, collectibles
2009-07-12 · By Editor
After a successful grand opening event attended by over 100 art lovers, gallery AD+D invites you to come by and see what the buzz is all about.
Specializing in contemporary, mid-century and urban styles, with roots in the early American Arts & Crafts movement, Gallery owners, Charles Pacheco and Roland Quirion guarantee that their unique collection cannot be found anywhere else.
“We have spent a lifetime selecting exceptional objects from all corners of the world” said Quirion. He continued, “Whether someone is interested in a particular piece for esthetic reasons, wanting a distinctive gift to give, or is looking for an investment; our gallery offers something for everybody.
At the Long Beach art gallery visitors are able to peruse paintings, prints, photographs, vinyl toys, pottery, ceramics, mid-century, contemporary & urban design, Mexican tourist, Latin American, World’s Fair and prototypes featuring a wide range of prices and renown artists. Designers include: Mapplethorpe, Gary Baseman, Roy Lichtenstein, WeeGee, Paul Cadmus, Rockwell Kent, Keith Haring, Tamayo, Eames, George Nelson, Ritts, Hockney, Stickley, Panton, FILTH, Knoll, Ledbetter, Scharf, Michael Lau, Jonathan Adler and much, much, more….
Gallery AD+D offers corporate and residential clients a diverse range of quality interior design, project management services and quality goods. By appointment, Quirion can bring artwork to buyers in their homes or offices, and provide consultation on corporate or personal collecting in addition to installation services of artwork purchased through the gallery. Sign up at www.galleryadd.com to find out about special events and new additions to the collection. Also, call or drop in to find out more about hosting your next networking event or social gathering at the Gallery.
Gallery AD+D is a 815-square-foot showcase and sales venue located in the Long Beach Arts District within walking distance of the Convention Center, The Pike and Pine Street. The gallery is free and open to the public. Off-street parking is available and the gallery is handicapped accessible. Operating hours are Tuesday through Friday from 10:00 A.M. to 6 p.m.