After a two-year absence from the Dallas Market Center (DMC) – during which the award-winning domestic manufacturer changed ownership from the Blumberg family to 20-year company veterans Rene Quintana and Laura Goldblum – Fine Art Lamps will debut a new permanent showroom in the Trade Mart under the new name Fine Art Handcrafted Lighting during the upcoming Lightovation show in January.
“This is a great time for Fine Art,” says Rene Quintana, principal. “We are launching a complete brand refresh, have introduced some of the best product designs ever, and are thrilled to return to Dallas to serve new and loyal customers. Our new showroom will present an impressive collection of products across all categories, and will serve as a destination for buyers seeking exquisite handcrafted lighting. We feel strongly that the market for original designs made in America is better than ever, and Dallas is an essential marketplace, where we can showcase our unique capabilities and present handcrafted lighting that truly is fine art.”
The Fine Art Handcrafted Lighting’s product line-up includes ceiling fixtures, lamps, outdoor, and wall fixtures featuring collaborations with guest designers such as Erinn Valencich, Alex Woogmaster, Allison Paladino, and Thomas Fuchs.
“We are pleased to announce the return of Fine Art Handcrafted Lighting,” adds Cindy Morris, President & CEO of DMC. “They have a new name and branding, but their lighting products continue to represent stylish designs that retailers and designers deeply appreciate. We look forward to working together to showcase Fine Art Handcrafted Lighting’s stunning collections to lighting buyers who increasingly seek top quality products.”
Lightovation will run January 8-12, 2020, concurrently with the Dallas Total Home & Gift Market.