ArtSee, DC's new fine art community, has just opened its online doors. ArtSee, the brainchild of founder and CEO Elizabeth Grazioli, will be offered in major cities that will provide arts enthusiasts with the “who, what, where, when, and how” of the art scene.
ArtSee is a full service community providing the opportunity for artists and art enthusiasts to discover news, events and information, exchange art and their ideas about art and hire ArtSee to promote art in their local communities. ArtSee’s motivated professional team will also provide creative promotional and event coordinating services for artists to help their presence grow within their communities. Through social media updates and a subscription to a monthly ArtSee e-newsletter, anyone can stay up-to-date with the art scene in the city where they live.To find out more about ArtSee please visit www.artseedc.com and to explore the work of the three featured artists please view their website www.kristinlubsen.com, www.wil-scott.com, and www.blairsuttonart.com
This past weekend, ArtSee held its launch reception and inaugural art exhibition at Hillyer Art Space to celebrate its arrival in DC and the work of artists Kristin Lubsen, Blair Sutton, and Wil Scott. The event was a huge success with a turnout of over 120 supporters of the new community. Guests enjoyed cocktails and hors d’oeuvres while engaging with the artists about their work.
Of the night’s success, Grazioli says “This was a great opportunity for the artists to meet art lovers in the DC community and in doing so they made valuable contacts and had a venue to sell their work. ArtSee aims to be accessible and affordable for all artists and provide high quality promotional services and I think that this event accomplished all three of these missions.”