The River North Design District (RNDD) strives to solidify our presence not just as design centers, but as partners supporting the rich, vibrant art community of the River North neighborhood. We want to enrich the deep connections between interior design and fine art, which is why we love working with people like our newest RNDD Member, Samuel Lynne Galleries Chicago.
Samuel Lynne Galleries is an art destination in Dallas, Texas. It is the realization of artist JD Miller and entrepreneur Philip Romano, which came to fruition in 2008. The mission of this state-of-the-art, award-winning gallery is to represent a very select group of artists, each with a unique vision and message within the contemporary art world. The gallery presents annual exhibition programming, as well as conversations with collectors and professionals within the art world that develops and creates a new interaction within the community.
RNDD Member, Centaur Interiors has teamed up with Samuel Lynne Galleries to launch an in-house art sales division locally in their Chicago showroom. This partnership expands the Dallas-based gallery’s footprint further into the vibrant Chicago art market, adding to Centaur Interiors’ repertoire to truly be the turnkey provider in Chicago’s high-end residential market. By incorporating carefully curated fine art pieces into their design process, their designers will be able to facilitate custom-suited niches, lighting designs, and finishes into their client’s spaces more comprehensively.
Samuel Lynne Galleries promotes a program of international emerging & mid-career contemporary artists and is focused on cultivating and nurturing relationships between the gallery and its collectors.
Samuel Lynne Galleries represents modern and contemporary artists of international award-winning distinction such as:
- Metis Atash
- Hans Van de Bovenkamp
- Brandon Boyd
- Art Fairchild
- Lea Fisher
- James Gill
- John Henry
- JD Miller
- Philip J. Romano
- Lisa Schulte
- Tyler Shields
- David Yarrow
Learn more about Samuel Lynne Galleries and check out their current exhibitions here: www.samuellynne.com or visit their Chicago gallery at 215 W. Huron Street, Suite 1.