See Inside a Vibrant Art Show at The Madoo Conservancy
Fremont Bue Events and Canard Inc throw color to the wind for painter Nicholas Howey.
Painter Nicholas Howey invited friends to help him celebrate the opening of his show, “The Color of Science,” in the studio at the Madoo Conservancy. Guests enjoyed cookies decorated to resemble Howey’s new watercolors. Fremont Bue Events and Canard Inc were brought in to create a lively celebration with tasty summer treats. Take a look at the finished look.
“Nick’s artwork is energetic, bold, and fun,” says caterer Ryan Maerz. “His new paintings inspired our pairing of fresh flavors, geometric shapes, and bright colors.”
For event planner Austin Fremont of Fremont Blue Events, the party had special meaning. “I’ve known Nick for 25 years, and he is the most kind, tender, and sweet man.”
Caterer Ryan Maerz of Canard Inc served a special cocktail made from tequila and a hibiscus berry shrub. Vibrant floral arrangements in cloches underscored the theme of the art gallery.
Hors d’oeuvres, both passed and displayed on a buffet table in the garden, included salmon tea sandwiches, gazpacho served in mini paint cans, watermelon cubes with chèvre, individual “painter’s palette” cheese boards, and caviar potato-chip “pillows.”
The print version of this article appears with the headline: The Art of the Party.
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