ATLANTA, July 9, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Art Collector Martha Maalouf, Residents of the Tony Buckhead skyscraper, home to many celebrities AtlantaShe’s hosting a luxurious unveiling soiree for her latest Ann Bailey Painting.
carnival was extremely quiet in due to the Covid pandemic restrictions February 2021, but a historic American town apparently had a daring street parade, complete with revelers and a second line band. . . Or so is the history of art!
This year, Artist Ann Bailey actually invented a Roswell, GA Mardi Gras parade on canvas, in which the collector Maalouf and her friends took part after buying the piece for the Voila Foundation 501C3 charity. Maalouf postponed delivery of the artwork until pandemic worries subsided and invited friends to a lavish wine and cheese reception last week to see their latest collected painting.
Bailey describes them carnival Painting as “Not quite Living Event painting this year, but rooted in life – from the French Quarter-style buildings downtown Roswell to the post-Christmas hanging globes that I’ve changed carnival green and purple. “She adds,” And maybe there is … never was a carnival Parade on historic Canton Street, but maybe there should be now! “
Bailey is a well-known event and live wedding painter as well as a portrait painter and she used to be New legends of Atlanta Portrait series recently resurfaced when she Portrait of Ryan Seacrest broadcast unexpectedly on CBS TV’s “Live with Kelly and Ryan”. When Bailey unveiled the painting for the 2021 Mardi Gras Parade, he was delighted with the excitement of Maalouf’s friends to see the painting and their portraits in person.
Says Bailey, âIt’s always fun to show people what they look like in my event pictures – and this time it was completely surprising to everyone because I put them up in carnival masks on a street and they weren’t even there and loved it ! “
Meanwhile, Maalouf and friends spent the summer evening enjoying their second Ann Bailey Acquiring art and noshing in the “Dungeon”, the celebrated underground Park Place wine cellar, a very cool maze that may or may not have been designed by another glamorous resident … Sir Elton himself!
SOURCE Ann Bailey Studio