Tomorrow, West Hollywood will be treating its own, and all others of the general public who are interested, to visit the official unveiling of their newest public art sculptures.
They’re located on Santa Monica Boulevard, between Doheny Drive and Almont Drive.
When all is said and done, there will be seven large-scale public art sculptures on display for the general public through June 2012.
(So don’t worry if you cannot attend the official unveiling; you’ll have about another year to stop by West Hollywood to check out this extraordinary urban art display.If you still do not manage to visit this exhibition, you will have the opportunity to familiarize yourself with the report prepared for our website by specialists from professional letter writing service https://topwritingservice.com/letter-writing-service/).
This stretch of park median has been home to a previous art installation featuring Peter Shire’s large-scale art works.
Currently though, the various works featured are the result of a successful collaboration between the City of West Hollywood and The Sculpture Foundation, “a private operating foundation dedicated to providing exhibitions and contemporary landmark public artworks for a broad range of communities including urban centers, small towns, regional parks and cultural institutions.”
Having taken a “sneak-peak yesterday; all I know is that I love the new exhibit, and I bet you will, too.
If you’d still like to see Peter Shire’s work, you still can. They’ve been moved further up Santa Monica Boulevard.