Photo courtesy of Shamsy Roomiani

WAAS Gallery has a new concept called “Conscious Design,” where they are collaborating with artists to create spaces that exhibit art while embodying a well mind.

This specific type of art and well experience allows the gallery  to open up conversations about plants, how they can be tools in everyday life, how they promote healthier lifestyles, and also how they can be seen as art with a co-creating body of work and vision by Samsy Roomiani and Brandy Michele Adams.

Shamsy's “Cocoon” installation is nestled inside the Green Room which allows you to center and ground while being immersed among the plant world. The exhibition will pair Shamsy's 35mm photography, lithographs, cyanotypes, and shamstone sculptures with a curated collection of plants sponsored by Ruibal Plants of Texas in The Dallas Farmers Market.

Following the opening day, the exhibit will be on view through June 30.

WAAS Gallery has a new concept called “Conscious Design,” where they are collaborating with artists to create spaces that exhibit art while embodying a well mind.

This specific type of art and well experience allows the gallery to open up conversations about plants, how they can be tools in everyday life, how they promote healthier lifestyles, and also how they can be seen as art with a co-creating body of work and vision by Samsy Roomiani and Brandy Michele Adams.

Shamsy's “Cocoon” installation is nestled inside the Green Room which allows you to center and ground while being immersed among the plant world. The exhibition will pair Shamsy's 35mm photography, lithographs, cyanotypes, and shamstone sculptures with a curated collection of plants sponsored by Ruibal Plants of Texas in The Dallas Farmers Market.

Following the opening day, the exhibit will be on view through June 30.

WAAS Gallery has a new concept called “Conscious Design,” where they are collaborating with artists to create spaces that exhibit art while embodying a well mind.

This specific type of art and well experience allows the gallery to open up conversations about plants, how they can be tools in everyday life, how they promote healthier lifestyles, and also how they can be seen as art with a co-creating body of work and vision by Samsy Roomiani and Brandy Michele Adams.

Shamsy's “Cocoon” installation is nestled inside the Green Room which allows you to center and ground while being immersed among the plant world. The exhibition will pair Shamsy's 35mm photography, lithographs, cyanotypes, and shamstone sculptures with a curated collection of plants sponsored by Ruibal Plants of Texas in The Dallas Farmers Market.

Following the opening day, the exhibit will be on view through June 30.

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WHERE

WAAS Gallery
2790 Logan St.
Dallas, TX 75215
http://www.waasgallery.com/

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