ARAO x SOLUNA FINE ART
Clockwise: Rachel Lee, Founder of Soluna Fine Art, Kitty Go, art and impact investor, Mirabel Rosar, Founder of ARAO, Annette and Rumiko Hasegawa, Founder of More Than Musical
Contemporary Asian art space, Soluna Fine Arts, was the ideal venue for an art-theme, high tea afternoon with ARAO’s Women of Pearls.
L-R: Rachel Lee, Rumiko Hasegawa with daughter Annette
That afternoon, guests immersed in the translucent installations of
Korean artist, Park Yoon Kyung. Women of Pearl Rachel Lee, also director and founder of Soluna, gave the intimate group a tour of the creative space.
L-R: Rachel Lee, Jumi Lee Director of Melomist Beauty Expert, Kitty Go and Rumiko Hasegawa
A beautiful high tea spread was set up for a group of women passionate about art. Bubbly, tea and fresh brews were accompanied by scones and other afternoon delights. The centerpiece? Wearable pieces of art by ARAO from both the classics and Paradox range.
L-R: Mirabel Rosar, Rachel Lee, Rumiko Hasegawa and daughter Annette
The intimate get together last August 10 was an experience that inspired creativity. It also restored senses through soulful encounters with paintings, pearls, and the company of like-minded people.
L-R: Mother and daughter Rumiko Hasegawa and Annette
L-R: Kitty Go, Annette, Rumiko Hasegawa, Rachel Lee
L-R: Kitty Go, Mirabel Rosar
L-R: Mirabel Rosar, Karrie Bitanga Founder of Imagindustries, Rachel Lee