Jul
22
to Aug 31

ORIGINAL HANDMADE CHANDELIER SUPER DEAL

Here's your chance to own an original handmade chandelier or floor lamp created by the hands of Belgian artists, Kevin De Landtsheer & Walter Duportail, at a significantly discounted price. The lighting designs on sale are display pieces that have been used at art shows and events. 

Lighting designs included in this super sale are detailed below and are discounted from the original price of $350 per arm to $100 per arm!  In addition, we are offering free delivery to any address within a 200 miles radius from the Strasburg Emporium in Strasburg, VA. See location tab for details.

* 1 Small oval chandelier with 5 arms. $500
* 1 Medium long chandelier with 15 arms. $1,500.00
* 1 Medium long chandelier with 8 arms. $800
* 1 Floor Lamp with 6 arms. $600

There are so many reasons why this is a tremendous offer... act quickly to own your very own handmade light sculpture!

All the lighting pieces on offer in this deal are on display at "The Strasburg Emporium" in Strasburg, Virginia. For directions and opening hours please visit: http://www.thestrasburgemporium.com/

 

 

SALE STARTS NOW!
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Jul
14
to Jul 23

Ghent Festival 2017 (Belgium)

  • Studio De Blauwe Poedel (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

174th Cultural Folks Festival.

The annual ten day Ghent Festival is in full swing! This is a great time to visit our Belgian chandelier studio, De Blauwe Poedel. We have new work on display and there’s a good chance that you will meet the artists, Walter & Brigitte, who are present at the gallery everyday from 1pm till 11pm. Don’t be shy to walk up and say hello! Tell them Kevin sent you.

For directions and practical information on how to best visit the Ghent Festival please visit https://gentsefeesten.stad.gent/en

 

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Apr
1
5:00 PM17:00

Spring Bound III

De Landtsheer Art Gallery has proudly accepted the invitation to participate in the Spring Bound III fundraising event. We will be exhibiting sculptural chandeliers from the Blue Poodle Studio and bronze sculptures by Belgian artist Jan Desmarets.

Spring Bound III is the third installment of a popular fundraising event organized by the Friends of the Sewickley Public Library. The exhibition will open with a Red Carpet Champagne Vernissage on Saturday, April 1, from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the Esmark and Bouchard Family Community Room at the new Tull Family Theater at 418 Walnut Street in Sewickley. Guests will enjoy Veuve Clicquot champagne, hors d’oeuvres by Vivo and 424 Walnut, and the first opportunity to view and purchase art in advance as they mingle with the artists. Tickets for the exclusive one-hour vernissage are $75.

Other members of the public will enjoy the exhibit and sale between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. with wine and hors d’oeuvres. Tickets for this portion are $25.

Nearly 20 Pittsburgh area artists, some well known and some new, will show their support at Spring Bound III. All proceeds from ticket sales and donations, as well as 100% of the proceeds from sales after the artists’ commission, will benefit the library and its many programs and services.

Spring Bound III is the third installment of a popular fundraising event organized by the Friends of the Sewickley Public Library. The exhibition will open with a Red Carpet Champagne Vernissage on Saturday, April 1, from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the Esmark and Bouchard Family Community Room at the new Tull Family Theater at 418 Walnut Street in Sewickley. Guests will enjoy Veuve Clicquot champagne, hors d’oeuvres by Vivo and 424 Walnut, and the first opportunity to view and purchase art in advance as they mingle with the artists. Tickets for the exclusive one-hour vernissage are $75.

 

Other members of the public will enjoy the exhibit and sale between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. with wine and hors d’oeuvres. Tickets for this portion are $25.

 

Nearly 20 Pittsburgh area artists, some well known and some new, will show their support at Spring Bound III. All proceeds from ticket sales and donations, as well as 100% of the proceeds from sales after the artists’ commission, will benefit the library and its many programs and services.

 

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