LaNae Fine Jewelry in Vail hosts White Elk Glass Art trunk show Friday
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What: White Elk Glass Art trunk show.
Where: LaNae Fine Jewelry, Shops at Solaris, Vail.
When: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday.
More information: Call 970-476-7933 or visit www.shoplanae.com.
VAIL — LaNae Fine Jewelry in Vail will host a White Elk Fine Glass Art trunk show on Friday. Come and enjoy fine appetizers and drinks while Marty Holmes, the creator, artist and owner of White Elk Fine Glass Art, explains how he creates his works of art.
Holmes himself is devoted to, and completely in love with his passion: glass blowing art. He has been perfecting his craft since 1993. He gathers his inspirations from the elements of the earth and is an internationally recognized glass blowing artist. His artwork can be seen in various casinos in Las Vegas as well as many privately owned collections all over the world.
“While evaluating various types of fine art to bring in to LaNae to complement our jewelry selection, White Elk’s work stood out in design, quality and value to us,” said Cherish LaNae, co-owner of LaNae Fine Jewelry.
“Few artists are able to provide this quality of work at these prices. We’re thrilled to be able to bring this type of product to our customers, and we think they will be too,” said Hakim Suleiman, co-owner of LaNae Fine Jewelry.
Break away from the traditional Valentine’s Day jewelry gift this year and come down and experience White Elk Fine Glass Art with LaNae Fine Jewelry. Special pricing on the glass art will be available during the trunk show. Speak to the artist directly and learn all about his craft.
Holmes himself will be available on Friday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. He will bring in up to 30 additional pieces, adding to the existing comprehensive collection showcasing some of his chandeliers and other works of art.
For more information on the White Elk trunk show, call 970-476-7933 or visit http://www.shoplanae.com.
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