The Art of Grubbs Infiniti

The Art of Grubbs Infiniti FacebookGrubbs Infiniti has long believed that their beautiful luxury vehicles should be surrounded by equally beautiful architecture and art.  So they were pleased to present a group exhibition of new works featuring Texas artists.  “The Art of Grubbs Infiniti” was held on Thursday, August 13th and was attended by many Dallas/Ft Worth collectors, media and VIP’s.  The new Grubbs Infiniti is the largest Infiniti dealership in the world and the perfect showcase for an art event.  Owner George Grubbs III said, “Our customers tell us it’s wonderful to visit Grubbs Infiniti and experience the fine art we feature every day. We wanted to open our doors to more artists and celebrate new and upcoming artists in our community.”

The Art of Grubbs Infiniti featured prominent artists including abstracts from Melissa Key and bold sculptures from Manuel Sarmiento and Artisan’s Collective. Grubbs Infiniti also invited student artists from the Grapevine/Colleyville schools to exhibit and presented them with a $1000 donation to their art department.  The school’s Art Director Jeff Nisbet said, “I think this event is remarkable.  To have my students have this experience, to have George Grubbs III as an alumni giving back to his school and his roots is amazing. I love working with students and seeing their perspectives on the world reflected in their art.  To have them featured this way is so rewarding.”  Works from Grapevine High School students Hawley Young and Erin Branscum drew great reviews and both are going to college to pursue careers in art. 

During the evening, guests were treated to appetizers from City Kitchen and one of the highlights of the event was the inclusion of margaritas made from Casamigos Reposado Tequila.  “Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to try Casamigos and I thought it would be a perfect compliment to our evening. The event was such a huge success.  Everywhere I turned, people were smiling, laughing, eating and enjoying the art”, said George Grubbs III.

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Happy Group George with Students Red Art Piece Casamigos Art and Guests