|Monday, 24 October 2011 09:18|
Fredericksburg, Virginia - At their grand opening on Saturday, October 22, 2011, Artful Dimensions Gallery (ADG) founders thanked the law firm of Poblete Tamargo for its pro bono legal advice and counsel.
"We wanted to thank you for helping us to sift through all the red tape in filling the non profit forms for our new art gallery; we greatly appreciate all the time you have invested in us and we look forward to our continued relationship," Christine Lush-Rodriguez, President Artful Dimensions Gallery.
ADG is a non-profit membership gallery located in historic downtown Fredericksburg, Virginia. The gallery specializes in promoting and encouraging dimensional artistry. ADG artists present and sell fine art as well as help promote and support the Fredericksburg and Virginia art community. It will also provide affordable space for three-dimensional artists to create and display their artwork.
Poblete Tamargo provided ADG pro bono legal counsel during its creation and continues to advise the Virginia non-profit. The firm is proud to have supported ADG as part of it community support outreach program and looks forward to ADG's continued success.
Photo: Lush-Rodriguez (center), Virginia artist and ADG President, presented Jason Poblete (left) and Mauricio Tamargo (right) with a commemorative tile designed by her thanking the firm for its efforts on ADG's behalf during the past few months.