Seattle-based Artist Partners with Noted Architects, Designers, and a Retail Giant to Extend the Reach of Her Work
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September 27, 2010, Seattle, WA
Internationally renowned abstract artist Heather Sorelli is known for creating bold images on the canvas that have been described as “fierce, colorful, and haunting.” Today the artist announced that she will be working with several noted architects, designers, and a retail giant to bring her work―already on display in private collections around the world―into commercial spaces across the United States.
Sorelli says that she is working with organizations to incorporate her pieces into the design of numerous upcoming commercial spaces. Seattle-based Nordstrom, one of the United States’ leading fashion specialty retailers, with 193 locations in 28 states, also has plans to feature Sorelli’s work in its stores across the country.
According to Sorelli, the attention from the corporate sector is both gratifying and a validation of her philosophy on art. She states, “I often paint with particular spaces in mind, trying to create art that has a function in life. My art knows its place.”
In addition to her work for corporate clients and private collectors, Sorelli also develops art that is accessible for those with more moderate budgets, and offers special pricing for multiple acquisitions. Her work is currently on display at galleries including New York’s Agora Gallery, Miami’s Leurat Gallery, and was featured at the 2004 Biennale in Florence, Italy at the invitation of the United Nations.
View her work online at www.littletinycookie.com