| Monmouth County NJ- As part of their fall season of in-store events, Garmany, Red Bank, offering two floors totaling 40,000 square feet of shopping space which include men’s and women’s designer clothing, sportswear, footwear and accessories, will host a first-time fine art trunk show on Saturday, November 17 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The one-day-only show will highlight specially-selected pieces from international collections ranging in style from traditional to modern including paintings by renowned non-conformist Russian artist Vachagan Narazyan. Presented by James Yarosh Associates Fine Art Gallery, James Yarosh, gallery owner, will be available for the duration of the show to provide customer assistance and guidance in the selection of fine art for the home or as a Holiday gift.
Yarosh, who has displayed fine art as a backdrop for the seasonal selections seen in Garmany’s windows over the past year, will also be available to schedule appointments for any of the gallery’s full range of fine art services, including private in-home consultations for the placement, framing and installation of fine art in the home. “Clients and the interior design trade often call on me to visit their homes or building projects with artwork to determine which pieces and styles would be most enjoyed and complementary. I hope new clients will take this opportunity to discover the services we provide in a beautiful shopping environment such as Garmany,” he said.
As an extra bonus, Aquatalia will add to the festivities with a women’s shoe and boot trunk show, set for the same November 17th date, giving shoppers yet another reason to begin their Holiday shopping at Garmany.
James Yarosh specializes in the selection and placement of fine art in ways that bring extraordinary beauty to every day living spaces. Yarosh is a nationally-recognized source for fine art consulting services for individuals and the interior design trade. As recently seen in the successful Rumson ‘Stately homes by the Sea’ show house this year, Yarosh will be featured for his fine art and interior design work in the Holiday 2007 edition of DesignNJ and the January 2008 national edition of Art and Antiques magazine.
Family-owned Garmany, providing unsurpassed personal service and quality designer merchandise to discerning customers in New Jersey and beyond is located at 121 Broad Street, Red Bank, NJ. Please visit www.garmany.com for more information.
For more information about James Yarosh Associates Fine Art Gallery, or the upcoming trunk show at Garmany, please visit www.jamesyarosh.com .