FREE and The LENZ Winery Unveil Wine Label Featuring Artwork of Special Needs Artist at Prime

August 2, 2017 | Press

Family Residences and Essential Enterprises, Inc. (FREE) and The LENZ Winery hosted a Wine Tasting Dinner where they unveiled their latest collaboration, a wine label featuring a piece designed by Desiree Louis, a special needs artist supported by FREE, entitled HURRICANE, which is being featured on a 2016 Rose. The Wine Tasting Dinner and unveiling were held at PRIME: An American Kitchen & Bar in Huntington.


“We are excited to continue our very special partnership with LENZ. They have long been a supporter of FREE, and have hosted a number of showcases for artwork created by members of FREE’s art program,” said Robert S. Budd, CEO, FREE. “This latest collaboration is a beautiful example of the power of art, and its ability to transcend boundaries,” he continued.


HURRICANE is a part of the “Ascension” Collection. “Ascension”, FREE’s second Professionally Juried Competition of artwork created by the Artists of FREE, is currently on exhibit at The LENZ Winery. The exhibit runs through September 4th, 2017, at the winery, which is open 7 days a week from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. All are encouraged to view the works and perhaps purchase a piece. The proceeds of sales go towards supporting the artist and his/her program.


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