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Pyramid Restaurant and Trinity West Fine Art Create Partnership

Twisted Dreams by Molly DeVoss, 2013 at Trinity West Fine Art

Twisted Dreams by Molly DeVoss, 2013 at Trinity West Fine Art

The Pyramid Restaurant is pleased to announce a new partnership with Trinity West Fine Art, a division of Art Dallas, Inc. located in the Dallas Design District. Dedicated to promoting North Texas art and artists, Trinity West Fine Art  was established in 2013 by gallery owners Judith and John Martin. Inspired by The Pyramid Restaurant’s location in the heart of the Dallas Arts District, the partnership features a rotation of paintings by local artists Robert Dye and Molly DeVoss, which are on view throughout the restaurant courtesy of Trinity West Fine Art. Pieces will be available for purchase.

In addition to The Pyramid Restaurant’s existing art collection, twelve new paintings have been installed, evoking a visually rich experience for guests. In honor of the announcement, Pyramid Bar has developed a new cocktail inspired by the colorful art, La Flor Roja, which translates to Red Flower in Spanish. Guests are invited to enjoy La Flor Roja, made with tequila, elderflower liqueur and an edible red hibiscus.

“We are delighted to partner with Trinity West Fine Art, and to have the opportunity to showcase local artwork,” said Michael Musarra, General Manager of The Fairmont Dallas. “The initiative is a natural extension of our strong commitment to the arts community.”

The partnership complements the new artistic décor of Pyramid Bar, which was redesigned during a multi-million dollar property renovation of The Fairmont Dallas encompassing extensive upgrades and new interiors for the hotel’s 545 luxury guest rooms and suites. With a vibrant ambiance, Pyramid Bar provides inviting lounge areas and modern design accents.

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