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Art and Music Lovers Alike Can Meet Ringo Starr and Buy His Artwork in Atlantic City, 6/20

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Art and Music Lovers Alike Can Meet Ringo Starr and Buy His Artwork in Atlantic City, 6/20

Who: Featuring artwork by Ringo Starr, the multi-talented musician, singer, songwriter, and actor best known as the Beatles drummer

What: The Art of Ringo Starr - includes entire collection of nearly 50 pieces of his artwork custom-framed by Ocean Galleries and available for acquisition

When: Friday, June 20, 2014 and Saturday, June 21, 2014

Friday, June 20, 2014 6:00 PM to 12:00 AM
Saturday, June 21, 2014 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Caesars Atlantic City - Tiberius Room on the third floor
2100 Pacific Avenue, Atlantic City, NJ 08401/Tel: 609.368.7777 (Ocean Galleries)

"The Art of Ringo Starr" opened last weekend in Stone Harbor. This weekend, Ocean Galleries brings the exhibition of Ringo Starr's digitally composed artwork in its entirety to Caesars Atlantic City for a public showing in the Tiberius Room, located on the third floor.

All artwork is available for acquisition. Anyone who acquires Ringo's artwork will have the opportunity to meet and have a photo taken with the legendary artist at a private reception on Saturday, June 21 prior to the All Starr Band's performance at Caesars Atlantic City.

Ringo's collection includes new sketches and artwork featuring "Self Portraits" from his early days to present day, as well as a new series of Peace Signs, all depicted in his bright and colorful palette. As always, Ringo's proceeds will benefit the Lotus US Foundation Charity, which funds, supports, participates in, and promotes charitable projects aimed at advancing social welfare in diverse areas.

The show is free and open to the public with all artwork available for acquisition. For more information, call 609-368-7777 or visit OceanGalleries.com


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