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Enjoy a weekend of art, music, and fun!
May 11, 2005
This weekend (May 14 and 15 from 10am to 6pm) Californian artist Cris Orfescu will exhibit his NANOART work at booth #238 (next to the main info booth) at the "Affaire in the Gardens" art show in Beverly Hills, California.
Twice a year the Beverly Gardens park just off Rodeo Drive holds a wonderful art festival, known as Affaire in the Garden. It is one of the popular art shows on the West Coast and attracts over 40,000 visitors. This edition takes place in May.
The show features art by more than 250 exhibitors from around the nation with a variety of works including photography, painting, sculpture, watercolor, mixed media, ceramics, jewellery, drawings, graphics and prints. All pieces of art exhibited are available for sale and in addition there is live music, lots of food and activities for children.
Tel: 310 550 4796
Opening Hours: 10am-6pm
Name: Beverly Gardens Park
Address: Santa Monica Blvd., (at Rodeo Drive), Los Angeles, USA, 90210
Directions: Running along the north side of Santa Monica Boulevard, from Doheny Drive to Wilshire Boulevard, then along the north side of Wilshire Boulevard, west to Whittier Drive. From Rodeo Drive, simply drive north to Santa Monica Boulevard and turn either left or right.
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