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P U R I T Y, an exhibition of photography by Laurel Feldman at The Golden Triangle




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Thursday, 28 June 2018

P  U  R  I  T  Y, an exhibition of photography by Laurel Feldman at The Golden Triangle on Thursday, June 28th 2018 from 5:30-8:30 P.M.



The Golden Triangle is proud to announce the opening of PURITY; a photography exhibition by artist Laurel Feldman, wine and light refreshments will be served.


Laurel Feldman has been in the business of creating beauty –finding it, arranging it and bringing it into the residential environment for over 30 years as one of the Chicago’s leading interior designers.  Here at The Golden Triangle we’ve worked with her on countless projects but have only known her as an artist for a few years.  Laurel’s work impresses the viewer with the mystery it draws from the subject matter.  Lotus flowers, also referred to as water lilies, are an important Buddhist symbol found in Thai and Southeast Asian art we often come across on trips to the region.  For the Thais in particular, the lotus represents purity. The plant grows out of the mud and through the dim muddy water of a pond emerges in its fullest expression –a perfectly clean bloom – in the sunlight and air above. 


Laurel Feldman’s ethereal photographs capture this dichotomy as the flawless blooms float on a dark inky background.  But they are not unreal; by printing on highly reflective metallic paper and uncasing the photos in acrylic, the effect on the viewer is one of extreme vividness and realism.  In addition to her lotus photos, examples of her other work will also be on display, with subject matter including roses, tropical palms, tree bark and olive trees.


Thursday, June 28, 2018

5:30-8:30 P.M.



The Golden Triangle- 330 North Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60654 | 312.755.1266



Jill Maremont



Artist ( Description ): 

Laurel Hollis Feldman is the founder of Laurel Feldman Interiors, Inc. Her projects have included the restoration of the Governor’s Mansion for the State of Illinois, the interior of a Frank Lloyd Wright home, a chapel and numerous private residences in Illinois, New York, California, Colorado, Pennsylvania, and Vermont. Laurel has been published in national interior design magazines and books for her interiors and art projects. Laurel is one of the top designers recognized by the Merchandise Mart Chicago’s Designer Portfolio. HOUZZ voted her as a top designer in 2015, 2016, and 2017S. She is a member of the International Interior Design Association, IIDA.  Laurel resides in Highland Park, Illinois.

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Focused on Asian antiques in its early years, The Golden Triangle has evolved into an 18,000 square foot global design resource.  For more than 27 years, owners Douglas Van Tress and Chauwarin Tuntisak have hand-selected vintage and modern furnishings from around the world.  Assembled in curated vignettes, the eclectic mix of Asian and European antiques, artifacts, artwork, lighting, and other accessories prove there are no boundaries or limitations in decorating. From designers and trade professionals, to collectors or simply curious shoppers, The Golden Triangle welcomes all intrigued individuals.  The Golden Triangle hosts exhibitions and cultural events throughout the year.  Please visit to shop collections and for updates on special events.

Venue ( Address ): 

330 N Clark, Chicago, IL 60654

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