Beverly Hills artSHOW Features Ghostly Art Outdoor Fair Showcases 250 Artists, Special Exhibits and Festivities for Art Lovers and the Whole Family on October 21 and 22.
The NoHo Arts District dot Com team goes every year, twice a year to the Beverly Hills artSHOW and many of our local artists exhibit their work!
The City of Beverly Hills will hold its fall BH artSHOW, in its 45th year, on Saturday and Sunday, October 21st and 22nd, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Beverly Gardens Park, along four blocks of Santa Monica Boulevard, from Rodeo Drive to Rexford Drive. The Beverly Hills artSHOW is a free event and brings art enthusiasts together from all over Southern California and beyond. Artists come from Los Angeles, the Southwest, and the rest of the United States to exhibit and sell their work at one of the most popular cities in the country, Beverly Hills, attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors to the show.
A special show feature will highlight artists whose work evokes that which is Ghostly, including elusive, disappearing creatures and slippery scenes. Helen Allois paints vanishing people and ships enveloped by roiling oceans, Chinese sculptor Richard Lee will display detached, beaded skulls which move in the breeze, and French ceramicist Maxime Raffard devises deteriorating ceramic masks, claiming he can make a mask for each and every one of us.
In addition to great and ghostly art, guests can enjoy live entertainment, children and family art projects, popular food fare and food trucks, a wine and dine garden, and a beer and small bites garden at this free, fun event. As always, a few demonstrating artists will show the public how art gets done! Convenient, inexpensive parking is located directly across from the show grounds.
The 2017 artSHOW sponsors and media partners include: David Frank Design, Engel & Volkers, Longshot Espresso, Bolthouse 1910, the LA Weekly, the Los Angeles Art Association, Fabrik Magazine, LA Art Party, Yelp, and the Beverly Hills Conference and Visitor’s Bureau. Food and Beverage support come from Whole Foods Market, Premiere Events, Stella Artois, and Hint Water. The show’s charitable partner is Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, and its sister organization, Healing Art with Kids.
For general information about the October 2017 Beverly Hills artSHOW, visit www.beverlyhills.org/artshow or call (310) 285-6830.
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