'Women Make The World Go Round' to Host Second Mixed Art Exhibit in LA, 11/15
Broadway Art Space presents the second edition of Women Make The World Go Round - LA, a mixed art exhibition featuring women artists from a variety of backgrounds and art forms.
"Our first event last spring was a big hit," said Tatiana Botton, artist and founder of WMTWGR. "We are planning an exciting evening once again and we hope to provide a surprising and new experience for art lovers and collectors of all levels in LA."
The exhibit will be held in Santa Monica for ONE NIGHT ONLY, and will showcase photography, drawing, ceramics, collage, painting and sculpture. The artists presenting their works will range from newcomers to established names and include: Simone Alexandrino, Shawna Ankenbrandt, Lisa Bartleson, Tatiana Botton, Mitra Fabian, Lia Halloran, Maria Kolligian, Kim McDonald, Alisha Olson, Catherine Opie, Jen Rosenstein, Karrie Ross, Nike Schroder, Gay Summer Rick, Moye Thompson, Christine Weir, and Valerie Wilcox.
The evening will kick off with a VIP preview and reception at 5:30 pm for donors of Heal The Bay* and will open to the public from 7 pm - 10 pm.
Location: Broadway Art Space
929 Broadway, Santa Monica, CA 90401.
Valet parking provided.
*Twenty percent of proceeds will benefit Heal the Bay. To become a member please go to: www.healthebay.org/donate
About Tatiana Botton
A photographer and entrepreneur who divides her time between Southern California and Maui, Tatiana Botton's wide range of work includes celebrity portraits, print advertising, and sweeping landscapes. Founder of WipFlash and Women Make the World Go Round and owner of the gallery Art Project: Paia, in Maui, Hawaii, Tatiana has won many photography award competitions such as the Advertising Photographers of America, International Photography Awards, Prix de la Photographie de Paris, Women In Photography International, Black and White Spider Awards, and The Photography Master Cup.
About Broadway Art Space
A multidisciplinary art venue that offers a fresh and contemporary perspective to the art shown in Los Angeles, Broadway Art Space showcases up and coming and established international and local artists. Works of photography, painting, collage, drawing, sculpture and ceramics are presented during art events throughout the year.