Peter’s High-End Gallery on The Strip Remains a True Vegas Standout
The last decade has just flown by for Peter Lik’s second Las Vegas gallery, which has become known to collectors around the world as one of the Artist’s most chic locations, residing among the contemporary retail outlets and cafes of the Venetian’s Grand Canal Shoppes. Featuring sweeping hardwood floors and a classically arched entranceway – designed by Peter himself –LIK Venetian’s open space of 4,000 square feet continues soar in sales by attracting thousands of guests each year, eager to escape the intense casino atmosphere for a serene tour through a collection of award-winning landscape images.
In 2006, only one year after he launched his first gallery on The Strip, at Caesars Palace, Peter was back at it again, hoping to further his presence in a city he has since referred to as his “own backyard.” Dennis Eberhart, currently serving as the Gallery Director for LIK Caesars and LIK Forum, worked previously for years at LIK Venetian, and witnessed its success up close: “From day one, it was clear the gallery was destined for big things,” Eberhart remarks. “It didn't take long before sales just exploded, making it one of Pete’s leading galleries in the country. There is a lot of pride in working there, which definitely has a positive impact on the guests – many of whom return year after year.”
Upon entering Peter Lik’s biggest annex, potential collectors are often struck by the “intangible aura that turns their gallery visit into a real experience of incredible fine art,” adds Eberhart. “When you are there among the canals and gondola rides just outside the front door, it's as if Vegas melts away and Northern Italy takes over. The feel is totally unique.” After 10 years at this Sin City hotspot, thanks to the incredible support of the famed hotel & casino, LIK Venetian has become known around the world as a top spot for discerning art and nature enthusiasts alike. Here’s to 10 more!
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