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Lord & Taylor to showcase Beale art with fashions


NEW YORK Lord and Taylor today announced that it will display the works of sculptor Thomas Beale in its Fifth Avenue windows starting tomorrow through March 4.

According to Lord & Taylor, Beale's works will be showcased alongside neutral looks from the store's spring collections.

"We are delighted to have the opportunity to bring the work of Thomas Beale to Lord and Taylor," says LaVelle Olexa, senior vp advertising, sales promotion, public relations and Fifth Avenue windows. "In the past we have received many kudos for our exhibits of established artists like Larry Rivers and Red Grooms, and it is very exciting to use our legendary windows as a venue to showcase the work such a young talent."


Beale is a recipient of The Creative Artist Fellowship, which brought him to Kyoto, Japan, where he studied traditional architecture and developed his skills in sculpture for nine months. In 2004 Beale returned to the U.S., moving to New York, where he lives and works today. He has continue to received awards for his work, including a grant from the Vermont State Council on the Arts, full fellowships to the Vermont Studio Center, and residencies at the Institute, Dorland Mountain Arts Colony, and Carving Studio and Sculpture Center.

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