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Lytle Pressley Contemporary—a gallery that promotes a high aesthetic in contemporary art and furnishings for today’s forward-thinking, value-conscious customers and designers—announces a group exhibition entitled The Goldilocks Show: Small, Medium, Large. The exhibition is organized by Austin Art Connections (AAC) and will include over 80 new works by artists from all over the country juried in three size categories.AAC Director Julie Ziegelman says of the title, “We wanted collectors, both established and aspiring, to feel that there would be something in this show guaranteed to be the exact right fit for their home or office.”Participating ArtistsRhody Adair, David Alcantar, Ines Batllo, Paul Beck, Sabra Booth, Tyler Butcher, Javier Lopez Cantu, John M. Carpenter, Thomas Cummins, Bryce Dishongh, Audrey Fox, C. Ellen Hart, Nancy Hoover, Erika Jaeggli, Alison Jardine, Nicole Jeffords, Eve Larson, Ellen Llewellyn, Shanny Lott, Marilyn Rea Nasky, Rene Norman, Greta Olivas, Gwendolyn Plunkett, Andrea Pramuk, Jeffrey Primeaux, Bridget Quinn, Michelle Rahbar, Carol Schiraldi, Catherine Small, Stacy Smith, Catherine Sunderland-Vis, Briana Sutton, Nikki Vahle-Schneider, Jason Webb, Jason Willome, and Winn Wittman.The organization, founded in 2011, is also currently exhibiting at the Austin Bergstrom International Airport with Figurative Work By Women Artists Of Austin. Austin Art Connections board members are Nicole Jeffords, Julie Ziegelman, Kathryn Blackbird, Debra Broz, Diane Graden, Stacey Halper, and Nancy Hoover.About Austin Art ConnectionsAustin Art Connections is an organization that operates out of a newly built and beautifully appointed home gallery located in Austin, Texas. The exhibits we put up are vivid and dynamic, staged to promote artists to a widening circle of buyers and collectors. We have found that people enjoy looking at artwork in a home setting where they feel comfortable and relaxed. This provides a chance for open dialogue between artists and viewers. Our goal is to use out-of-the-box methods to put artists’ work in front of as many people as possible, including moving shows into public spaces, partnering with other galleries, and setting up exhibits in other people’s homes.About Lytle Pressley ContemporarySpecializing in high-end, current fine art and design, Lytle Pressley Contemporary, located on West Sixth Street in central Austin, showcases art installation, painting, sculpture and furniture for today’s aesthetically attuned and value-conscious customer. The exquisite showroom and gallery were created as a space where art and furniture could resonate as part of a tasteful and complementary whole, and where it would be easy for home owners, interior designers and architects to make wise choices, knowing that they can always rely on the gallery’s exclusive selection and expertise.After winding down the venerable Spazio concept, he built Lytle Pressley Contemporary around the keen aesthetic, mindful budgets, and specific needs of their clientele—including relationships with custom fabricators in six countries that understand the vision of the Italian designers with whom they partner. The showroom and gallery are open Monday - Friday 9 to 5; Saturday by appointment.
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