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Liquid Art House Gets 'Wildly Creative' With Marc Hall And Gints Grinbergs Installations

BOSTON—Liquid Art House continues to show Boston's wilder side with a new flora-themed pop-up exhibiting Nature Sculpture Chandeliers by designer Marc Hall and Wild Field Flower Sculptures by sculptor Gints Grinbergs.

First, a set of multi-tiered plant chandeliers illuminate Liquid Art House's main art lounge. “The feeling is reminiscent of dining al fresco under a pergola in a Napa Valley Vineyard,” said designer and plant sculptor Marc Hall. Designed exclusively for L.A.H., the custom rod iron chandeliers were forged by a local artisan as replicas of live botanical versions. Hall reimagined the chandelier using a variety defoliated vines, fern, faux polygonum and flickering wax candles.

Second, a group of towering metal floral sculptures are on display throughout Liquid Art House for a limited time. Sculptor Gints Grinbergs wields metal spheres and partial spheres to create beautifully wild sculptural forms for both indoor and outdoor display. His sculpture has been featured at the DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Michael Beauchemin Gallery, Boston, and Lever House Gallery, New York, NY.

To learn more about these pieces, please contact L.A.H. Art Director Silvi Naci at 617.669.6163 or visit Liquid Art House, 100 Arlington Street, Boston.