Archive for July, 2011

celebration of art

This is the BIG EVENT!

Roughly 100 HOURS of me painting for a “secret project” this past May, have led up to this moment: I am unveiling 6 original hand-painted bottles, and auctioning them up for charity, thru RawHouse Wine and the Art.Sound Movement! See bottles here »

Here are the details, and please be sure to RSVP to!:

Rawhouse Wine Presents: A Celebration of Art!

(July 27th, 2011- 8pm) The Lawrence Blake Group is pleased to announce the newest addition to the family, Rawhouse Wine Company! Scheduled to officially launch this Fall, Rawhouse produces a specialty Pinot Noir in hand-painted collectible bottles. Working with fine painters from around the country, Rawhouse has a goal of promoting emerging artistic talent as well as spreading awareness on the importance of arts education for our youth. A portion of each purchased bottle of Rawhouse will benefit The Art.Sound Movement, a not-for-profit project bringing arts programs into public schools.

Rawhouse Wine Presents: A Celebration of Art will be like no other gathering you’ve attended. The evening will feature an avant-garde presentation of some of New York’s favorite emerging artists’ work alongside live music and dance performances and more! Rawhouse will feature a live auction of it’s signature collection, entitled “The Rebirth”. Rawhouse artists Erin Dinan, Desi Sanchez and Whitney Meers will be in attendance to introduce their hand-painted bottles.

Celebrity appearances, musical performances and special guests will been announced closer to date. This is a private media event, not open to the public. RSVP is kindly requested.

A $10 minimum suggested donation is kindly asked of all guests to benefit The Art.Sound Movement (, a youth arts-education initiative by The Lawrence Blake Group!


Media Registration:

Rawhouse Wine Presents: A Celebration of Art will be hosted at the world-renown Juliet SupperClub on Wednesday July 27th. Juliet SupperClub is located at 539 West 21st Street.

Doors open at 8pm. prompt arrival is strongly suggested as doors close at 9pm.