DALLAS, Nov. 4 With the likes of William Joyce and Tim Burton, the World famous Storyopolis art collection, has moved from Los Angeles to The 4th Wall Gallery in Uptown Dallas. Matthew and Kristine Abramowitz's new gallery is rocking the Texas landscape since its grand opening this past May 2009. The 4th Wall Gallery and its website www.the4thwallgallery.net is the now the venue for the Storyopolis art collection and more. The Storyopolis LA store will continue to carry a full range of books and unique age appropriate toys led by Lori Abramowitz. Her taste and flair will make the Storyopolis Book Baskets the must have gift for every child who loves to read this holiday season.
The beautiful art from children's books that came to life on the gallery walls of Storyopolis in LA are now telling their stories on the walls of The 4th Wall Gallery in their beautiful carriage house, while Storyopolis LA will continue to provide book baskets for children of all ages. In addition, Matthew and Kristine Abramowitz have enhanced their limited and unique collection to include the works of Glen Barr and one of Europe's most dynamic artists, Laurie Lipton.
In addition, November 7, 2009 - December 25, 2009, the carriage house of The 4th Wall Gallery will be transformed into a winter wonderland featuring prints and lithographs. 20 percent of the proceeds from the sale of these prints and lithographs featured will also benefit The Children's Medical Center. Children's Medical Center is a private, not-for-profit pediatric academic medical center that relies on the generosity of the community to help fulfill its mission to make life better for children. To learn how you may help, visit www.childrens.com/giving.
The 4th Wall Gallery is located at 2925 Fairmount Dr. Dallas Texas 75201. The phone number is 214-740-9400 and you can visit the gallery at www.the4thwallgallery.net. For help finding that special art piece for the holiday season please ask for Scott Kaserman whose unique talent for finding that special art piece is widely respected in the Dallas Community.
SOURCE The 4th Wall Gallery