We are excited to announce our newest cause marketing alliance with Lowy – Masters in the Fine Art of Framing & Conservation since 1907. Larry Shar, president of Lowy said “We have big plans for Lowy’s Frame The Future”, ”At the end of the semester, we’ll mount an exhibit of the children’s artwork and host an auction of their paintings at Lowy’s atelier, with the proceeds going to Arts to Grow for future programs. Plus, people will be able to visit our website and see the artists of tomorrow today!”
Larry Shar told us “I’ve spent my entire life in the New York arts community and feel it is very important to give back. By sponsoring these classes, we help ensure the future of arts education, and foster future artists.”
Our partnership with Lowy’s will support a visual arts program this summer giving one additional class of students the chance to learn, create and expand their minds through the artistic process. We’re looking forward to a long-term association with Lowy’s that will make a huge impact in the lives of NYC area kids and the chance to share the very special craft of framing and conservation.
Julius Lowy Frame and Restoring Company is a 106 year old, family-owned business specializing in museum-quality antique and custom frames, as well as painting conservation and restoration.
Lowy’s Manhattan atelier houses the world’s largest collection of antique frames, currently numbering over 5000. Lowy’s clients include private collectors, auction houses, museums, galleries, fine art dealers and artists alike. Sotheby’s, Christie’s, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Prado, the Rockefellers, Gagosian Gallery and Acquavella Galleries are Lowy clients.