LivenLuLu’s Verodalla Gallery Opening

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Verodalla is a sculptural artist from Beane, in the heart of Burgundy’s grands crus, who is setting up her atelier in New York City. Her Liven-Lu-Lu figures are a reflection of the best in each of us. Alouette helps organize openings to promote her work. We also worked together to develop a business plan to best approach the American art market.

As we approach the close of summer, we should not be sad, because it’s also the kick-off of New York’s exciting fall social season: benefits, galas, openings, opera…

Alouette Communications is pleased to announce a special Opening of Verodalla’s New York Gallery on Tuesday, September 20th, from 6:00 – 9:00 pm at 129 East 27th Street, Suite 2F (between Lexington and Park Avenues), reserved for architecture, art, design, decoration and real estate professionals.  RSVP by replying to this email.  Privileged to visit Verodalla ( at her atelier in Dijon this summer and impressed with her sensitivity and talent, I look forward to seeing you at her NY opening.

LivenLuLu figure Born in Beaune, the heart of Burgundy’s grands crus, and close to the terror, Verdolla’s    artistic talent first found expression running a Michelin-starred restaurant in Nuits-St-Georges.  Her year of revelation came in 2005, finding her true passion and talent as a sculptural artist, which at the same time helped her surmount some serious health issues.  By 2007, Verodalla began to show her work in galleries and exhibits in Lyon, Paris and Monaco.

Verodalla’s œuvre is based on feelings.  The artist recalls a personal feeling and couples it with an image that catches her attention.  She then conceptualizes the canvas or sculpture inwardly, finally creating the material object.  Her basic medium, a mineral paste of chalk and cellulose fibers, is a reflection on volume and a well-conceived color palette.  Each piece reveals itself as sober, refined, soothing, cheerful, simple and sometimes obvious. Verodalla’s creations reflect harmony and purity, escape and balance, leaving one with a sense of well-being.

As her LivenLuLu have ventured out into the world, like her grandfather, Louis Jadot, one of the first to export his Bourgogne to America, she too is taking her art to the US, recently opening exhibit space in New York.