Join us Friday, June 7th at the James de Wulf Showroom for The Lost Works of Lance Gravett. Presented by December 9th, this event features the launch of a collection hidden in storage for more than 30 years since the artists death.
Opening Reception June 7th, 2019 | 8pm-11pm
On View: June 8th-9th | 10am - 4pm
FREE - RSVP Required
James de Wulf Showroom: 2121 Lincoln Blvd, Venice CA
December 9th is please to present, the Lost Works of Lance Gravett, with opening receiption Friday, June 7th 2019. The event, which takes place at the James De Wulf Showroom in Venice, CA will have on-view a selection of Lance's abstract works in addition to drawings, monoprints and ceramics. In addition, guests will be offered an audio story which tells the story of Lance through the eyes of those who knew him best.Lance's life ended in 1985, at which time tis works were placed into storage. They are being revealed to the public now for the first time in more than 30 years, along with the story of this prolific artist.
James de Wulf established De Wulf Concrete in 2004 as a boutique design firm that specialized in creating avant-garde, concrete-couture for a variety of architects, interior decorators, commercial retail outlets and residential clients. De Wulf has been widely recognized for his original and innovative work with concrete designs and rapidly became known for his ability to fuse advanced concrete technology with aesthetic, modern, and natural concrete forms to constitute functional art. These cutting edge designs can be see on display at the James de Wulf Showroom in Venice, CA, alongside a curated and changing selection of artworks and antiquities.