acrylic on canvas                    
30 x 24"                     
Dallas Participates in Nation-wide Art Project

The Nomadic Project is sweeping America, uniting the nation through art, and Texas has just become the eleventh state to participate. American Fine Art & Frame Company in Dallas is representing this unique project by displaying Unveiling, an original, 24 x 30” acrylic painting by artist, Kristin Abraham.

The Nomadic Project, designed by artists, Kristin Abraham and Alfonso Llamas, has traveled for over three months, connecting the following states: Florida, Alabama, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Missouri, Kentucky, Arkansas, Louisiana, and now Texas. One city in each state is displaying an original Abraham canvas until November 13th of 2006. All of the pieces will then reunite for a four-dimensional exhibit including the forty-eight original canvases, a video documentary, and original music by Alfonso Llamas. This exhibit is scheduled to tour the United States in the path of the two artists, beginning in November of 2007.

American Fine Art & Frame Co. has been a leading dealer in fine art since for over twenty years, and is conveniently located in the Dallas design district. Owner, David Zueger showed enthusiasm for The Nomadic Project while meeting with the project’s creators, Kristin Abraham and Alfonso Llamas, on February 28th, 2006. “Surprisingly, it hasn’t been easy to find galleries that appreciate such an unconventional project, so when we come across encouraging owners like David, we feel that all of our hard work pays off.” explains Abraham.

The piece titled Unveiling, will be available for purchase at American Fine Art & Frame Co. until mid-November, when Abraham and Llamas finish Phase #1 of the project. Unveiling carries over inspiration from Louisiana, but is extremely unique to Texans due to the fact that it was created while the artists spent time in Houston, Austin, San Antonio, Big Bend, El Paso, Amarillo, Lubbock, Fort Worth, and of course, Dallas. Why not a painting of Texas, in Texas? Because by bringing inspiration from the previous state into Texas, state lines are blurred, thereby achieving the goal of uniting such a diverse country, through art.

For more information about the project, and to find out where the Texas inspired piece ends up, visit www.TheNomadicProject.com. Also, become a part of this contemporary conceptual art project by e-mailing Kristin Abraham and Alfonso Llamas with your thoughts or questions at TheNomadicProject@gmail.com.   

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