"Sounds of Color" exhibition was showcased last night for a very special private holiday party. Gramercy Park's National Arts Club in New York City, was the venue for the three-hour soiree.
Colucci has been working together with the American Cancer Society and the Quogue Wildlife Refuge, each had a represntative present, to raise awareness and funds during the Holiday Season. Through the event, Colucci hopes to help offer recognition to the hard working individuals who continue to hold onto their conviction and who give back to their community.
his career Colucci has distinguished himself as an artist, creating
everything from paintings
to fashion design. "Sounds of Color" features highlights from his
ever-expanding work. His goal with this exhibition is to commemorate
all the men and women who are, especially during these incredibly trying
times, helping others. On display for purchase were various ladies acarves bearing prints of Collucci's famed paintings.
Guests of the event enjoyed cocktails, an additional viewing of select works by Andy Warhol and the sounds of Shea the Prince of Chistmas. Noteworthy guests included:Jean Shafiroff, Cole Rumbough, Douglas Hannant, Maggie Norris, Leesa Rowland, Larry Wohl, Kate Gibbs, Michelle Marie Heinemann, Shea, Alice Judelson, Cindy Guyer, Madame Mayhem, Kate Gibbs, Frederick Anderson, Ramona and Mario Singer, Cassandra Siedenfeld, et al
***An added bonus to the evening was a special performance by Shea, who performws his hit holiday single "The Christmas I Met You." A portion of the proceeds from the sale of his new album "Every Day's Christmas" will be donated as well.
*photos by The Quest for "it" via Blackberry