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ABOUT THE ARTIST "I cannot make a mistake in identifying works of consequence...Edward Lentsch...it's bold it’s innovative it's impeccably well made!" Legendary Art Dealer Ivan Karp EDWARD LENTSCH is an internationally-recognized artist, whose works are in hundreds of private and public collections worldwide. His exhibitions over four decades have included LA, Miami, New York, London, Dubai, Seoul Korea, Istanbul and Zurich. His work is sought after by top tier architects and designers, including distinguished international collectors, CEOs, investors, hedge-fund managers, and celebrities. Celebrity collectors include William Shatner and Kelly Rippa. Iconic designers such as Holly Hunt, Loree Rodkin, Faye Resnick, London's distinguished yacht designer Terence Disdale, and Beverly Hills Architect Ardie Tavagarian, who Forbes Magazine called the "Architect to the Stars" all hang Lentsch’s works. Lentsch’s paintings have been used in movies and TV shows, including the Grammy Award winning music video by Enrique Iglasias, "I Like It." Lentsch’s work is shown the major designer showrooms including Holly Hunt NY, London, LA, Chicago and Miami; Kneedler Faucher Denver, John Brooks Scottsdale, Jim Thompson in Atlanta and Kelly Forslund in Seattle. Lentsch has a long history of art donations for charitable fundraising. His paintings have raised hundreds of thousands of dollars including a recent auction that raised $93,000 for the Giving Back Fund, at what ESPN calls, "the biggest charitable event in sports" the night before the 2018 Super Bowl. "Edward Lentsch’s expansive artistic practice explores his relationship between the self, nature and the universe. From the Fibonacci sequence to the teachings of Aristotle, Lentsch attempts to create a bridge between the natural world and these intellectual canons, exploring the interconnection between the realms of science and mysticism, the metaphysical and the spiritual. He explores how these three facets are integrated within a global environment and moreover how we, as humans, fit within this complex matrix..." Galerie Kasha Hildebrand, London 2014