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#FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Lisa Gindi Chosen to Exhibit Her #Art in Solo Show
#BAYSIDE, NEW YORK -Reception on Monday, May 13, 2019 at 8 pm. Free admission with free drink. Chance to win Lisa's Surprise art piece, Giclee with paint by the artist on canvas in a free raffle.
-Award winning artist, Lisa Gindi, announces that her original, masterpiece-paintings from her “Gindi Glitz” collection were discovered by well-known restaurant owner, entrepreneur and founder of Yo-Yo Lipgloss Corporation, Margarita Parlionas and daughter, Angie Andreone. They organized an art exhibition that is going on at this present date through May 15, 2019. It is called The Supper Room International Bar and Restaurant and located in Bayside. Margarita and Angie own and manage The Supper Room, where you can have an amazing time dining, dancing, and, even, singing Wednesdays, Karaoke Night. With a multitude of fun events, they raise money for Autism from the goodness of their hearts.
Lisa Gindi a.k.a Lisa Robin Gindi or "The Gindi-Girl" is a world-renown artist, famous for her dynamic, modern/figurative, fashion paintings. Lisa's work can be bought at the show or on her website, www.LisaGindiArt.com. Lisa meets collectors, in person as well as offers limited time, free shipping several times a year. Lisa donates a portion of her sales to a charity per year.
Gindi heritage dates back to ancient times of priestly people of the Cohenim tribe, who made sacrifices and were educators and authorities on the law. To this day, in many communities here in New York and around the world, they are uniquely regarded, and, receive special honors and privileges. The Gindi name can be seen on several Brooklyn buildings in which they support the educational endeavors of school-age children. Lisa is, also, first cousins with famous, "Mr. Retail", whose career in corporate real-estate is located mostly on 5th Avenue, and fund-raising events she has attended for many years has greatly influenced her work. The glamour and fashion she grew up around in Brooklyn, NYC, and Deal, New Jersey made a huge impact. She spent one particular summer at her older cousin's home and at her grandma's home, nearby, when they were teens, helping with her younger cousin and working in a day camp. This was while attending lavish parties on the Jersey Shore that further inspired her to draw and apply to F. I. T. Lisa used to ride her bike, daily, around Monmouth College and, later, at the end of the day, look through fancy magazines to design from. It was very hard being around all that luxury when she knew she did not have fancy clothes of her own. Being raised by a single mother was tough, for her mom didn't have money for her two daughters to go to college, and, there wasn't even enough money for everyday clothes. Lisa remembers borrowing her younger sister's outfits and tried to keep herself in shape to fit in them. Most of her family's food was kept frozen in order to keep longer and Lisa had to work at a young age as a baby sitter to buy her own things. She had to pay her way through college, as well, but, when not working, got high grades. Out of necessity, Lisa took a simple, white t-shirt, one day, and designed her name on it to make it more dressy and wearable. At the young age of 13, in Manhattan Beach, this and more shirt designs, ultimately, began her "Lisa Robin Designs" company. Lisa sold to women on the beach for 15 years during the summers. She learned she was more of a painter, however, than a seamstress and, years later, put this fancy collection together, called The #Gindi-Glitz. This artwork was developed after Lisa worked at her 20 year career as a High School, Math Teacher.
“Gindi Glitz” pop-fashion, cars & NYC paintings were chosen by Margarita Parlionas and Angie Andreone of Bayside's trendy Supper Room who raise funds for children with Autism. There are many children events there, including karaoke as well as private parties. This will be the second show that is an artist-based project, developed and broadcast by journalist, producer, director, and visionary, #Gregg P. Sullivan. Sullivan is dedicated to his Bayside Experiment project in efforts to bring the arts to the local community. The opening reception will take place on #Monday, #May, 13, at 8 pm. The address is 38-17, Bell Blvd, #Bayside-NY 11361.
#Gindi lives and creates her art in Kew Garden Hills, (Flushing) New York and has been an artist there for 10 years. She has offered works abroad and online, as well as, to friends all over the world via social media sites, posting online, and in the news. There are repeat collectors who have bought her works, wear her painted shirts she still does, and, has shipped them to far away places, such as Trinidad, Turkey, Great Britian, and Israel. Lisa's friends in Australia get her art known, too. She has sold in South Florida, Deal, New Jersey, Long Island, Queens, Brooklyn, Manhattan, The Red Woods of Upstate California, and sold crystal earrings she had made, years ago, in Monticello, New York. By displaying her art in private, upscale, New York shows, doing consignment with venues, and offering work for sale at outdoor events, Lisa has been able to reach many customers, besides getting commissions online.
Regarding this art show, Gindi stated, “ I am honored to be chosen by Ms. Parlionas, Ms. Andreone, and their staff at The Supper Room in time for this ongoing show televised by Gregg Sullivan. It is nice to be recognized locally in the art capital of the world (New York City) and, also, because it is where I live and work”.
The Supper Room is an upscale venue that offers a gorgeous decor, vast menu of seafood and has a raw oyster bar, along with amazing dinners and deserts. The cocktails are unique and the wine is served in pewter, medieval goblets. It is in walking distance of a beautiful setting, overlooking the Whitestone Bridge.
Lisa was accepted into the Fashion Design Program at Fashion Institute of Technology and graduated with a Fashion Marketing degree. She majored in fashion drawing at Edward R. Murrow High School and majored in art at Mark Twain JHS for the Gifted and Talented. She went on for a Masters Degree of Science at Adelphi University in Soho, NY, as well.
Lisa grew up in Manhattan Beach, Brooklyn. She won The Saint Gaudens Medal from The School Art League of New York that she received at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, graduated high school with a Regents Diploma and set out to become a fashion designer. As a teenager, she began her own line of women's summer-wear in which she tie dyed and painted t-shirts. Later, Lisa taught Regents Math that she learned on her own, English, and Art in Park Slope. Her students made an African mask project and designed a bulletin board with her guidance, in addition to drawing pictures for “Project-Save the Animals”. Working with teenagers, being apart of their urban style and their favorite music has greatly influenced Lisa’s art. She has donated a huge collage painting to Harlem's P.S. 109 El Barrio art-work/live building, her limited edition, painted bridge Giclee to Bayside Live TV Studio, has recently gotten a commission to restore a lamp, and helps her community by giving a donation per year.
These masterpiece works are being offered to serious art collectors for sale at Faith Art Gallery in downtown Brooklyn Heights by The Barclays Center, and her works can be seen at the The Supper Room Bar & Restaurant in an updated collection, including abstracts of stylish sports cars in the city. It is located at 38-17 Bell Boulevard, Bayside, Queens, New York, 11361 and the exhibit with works offered for sale is from April 5th, 2019 until May 15, 2019. There will be a free raffle to win one of Lisa's works, as well.
For further information and consultation, please ask for Lisa Gindi at 347-768-4043, go on her website at www.LisaGindiArt.com or write to Lisa via email at TGlzYV9HaW5kaSB8IHlhaG9vICEgY29t (or aW5mbyB8IExpc2FHaW5kaUFydCAhIGNvbQ==). To reserve a seat and/or table at The Supper Room for Lisa's Show, call soon as availability is running out. The number for Supper Room is (718) 873-2999.