jean pierre frey

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jean pierre freyLocal Casa de Campo resident and French artist, Jean Pierre Frey has taken his famous collection art-furniture and artworks on tour – around the Dominican Republic and the Caribbean! And as the first stop on this tour – Jean Pierre Frey is currently exhibiting at Blue Mall in Santo Domingo. jean pierre freyJean Pierre Frey, who previously exhibited his work at his store “Elementos” in the Marina Casa de Campo, has no closed down this store – so that he and his wife Caroline can travel with his creations across the Dominican Republic and the Caribbean, bringing his magnificent artworks to a much wider audience! The artworks and art-furniture of Jean Pierre Frey is currently on exhibit in Blue Mall in Santo Domingo and will be closing this Sunday the 14th of October!  

Jean Pierre Frey exhibit in Blue Mall, Santo Domingo jean pierre frey

Following Blue Mall, Jean Pierre Frey will next be exhibiting in St Barts and after that who knows! For more information, please contact Jean Pierre or his wife Caroline on: (809) 818-9155 or The following photos she the exhibit at Blue Mall in Santo Domingo and some of the pieces available (please note that some of these pieces may have already been sold): 
Art and furniture by Jean Pierre Frey Jean Pierre’s unique and gorgeous art-furniture is made from the remains of old traditional Dominican houses – the ones painted in all the colors of the rainbow (pink, blue, green….) – hence the furniture’s unique mix of eclectic colors. Each piece is hand-made in his workshop in La Romana, where he transforms useless pieces of old wood into functional pieces of furniture, that not only look great, but can serve as the focal point of any room – just like any other work of art.

Rio Salado by Jean Pierre Frey art jean pierre frey

As well as furniture Jean Pierre also has a number of Dominican-inspired paintings, that perfectly reflect the Dominican culture and lifestyle with all it’s vibrancy and color! And just recently from salvaging the old wooden Casa de Campo signs, Jean Pierre has created a new line of art pieces.