Spotlight on Art Neiman Marcus

A pop-up art gallery at Neiman Marcus at Lenox Square will be on display from Oct. 2 to 24.

The Trinity School is kicking off its annual Spotlight on Art fundraising series with a pop-up art gallery at Neiman Marcus at Lenox Square.

This year’s Neiman Marcus Pop-Up Gallery will run from Oct. 2 to 24. Each year, Neiman Marcus devotes part of its main floor retail space to a beautifully displayed Spotlight on Art Pop-Up Gallery from a select group of Spotlight on Art artists.

“We are continually grateful for and appreciative of our partnership with Neiman Marcus for our annual Spotlight on Art Pop-Up Gallery,” Spotlight on Art Chair Aisha Parker said. “We are so excited about this year’s artists and cannot wait to introduce them to our Spotlight on Art supporters and the broader Atlanta community.”

The art gallery is free and open to the public. This year’s participating Artists include AK Hardeman, Dawn M. Trimble, Joe Turner and returning artist Katherine Wirth. All art is available for immediate sale and a portion of the proceeds goes to Trinity School.

“Each of this year’s Neiman Marcus artists brings their own unique expression to their pieces which are all completely stunning in their own right,” Parker said. “At our 2022 Artists Market, we will be introducing a number of fresh new artists and works and we couldn’t think of a better way to kick-off the season than at Neiman Marcus.”

Since 1982, Spotlight on Art has introduced art lovers to new works by some of the Southeast’s greatest established and emerging artists. In 2020, the Spotlight on Art series raised around $644,000 for Trinity School.

The school is located at 4301 Northside Pkwy. NW in Atlanta. For more information, visit www.spotlightonart.com.

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