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Ecoteriors of Florida has joined Gallery 53 in downtown Sarasota to offer the latest innovations in environmentally friendly home interiors and fine art.
e world's leading Eco Fine Artist McKenzie, the inventor of Inku Art, will release an exclusive series of the paintings to the Gallery.

A section of the gallery exclusively showcases eco-designer furnishing, coconut shell wall coverings, sustainable eco-flooring, organic fabrics, eco-resins, the world's first LEED compliant fine art and fair trade original works of art from artisans around the world. A wide selection of glass fire products are on display using an environmentally save bio-fuel including a line of coffee tables and contemporary framed wall fires by renowned French designer Christophe Pillet and Serge Atallah. Ecotreiors will also showcase its condo-friendly signature line of indoor and outdoor earth, fire and water furnishings.
“There is an overwhelming abundance of eco-friendly home interior furnishings on the internet but no bricks and mortar shops where people can see the various applications of the latest products and how they can work in their homes,” Teresa Davis, founder said. “We welcome quality works of art from local artists using recycled or eco-friendly mediums.” For more information, contact Teresa Davis at (941) 365-4442. The gallery is located at 53 S. Palm Ave. in Sarasota. Visit
www.ecoteriorsfl.com .


McKenzie Releases Exclusive Painting Series to 1st Eco Home Interior Gallery in Florida