If you missed the opening, and have not seen this exhibition yet….
Skidmore Contemporary Art has a fabulous show opening this Saturday entitled “Route 66.”
See image, right Cheryl Kelley Lincoln Oil on aluminum panel 29″ x 36″ 2012
The group exhibition, “Route 66” pays homage to the most celebrated highway in America. Most of us can positively say we have traveled on some part of it at some time in our lives….I know I have…many times while driving back and forth from LA to NYC.
See image, (left) Robert Townsend, Maida and the Girls, 2012, oil on panel, 45″ x 65″
“Route 66,” officially titled the Will Rogers Highway has affectionately been called the Main Street of America or the Mother Road and has inspired many artistic ventures. A character in its own right, It has been featured in many films and TV shows.
See image (right) James Guçwa, Flamingo, 2012, acrylic on canvas, 35.5″ x 60.5″
Curated by Lia Skidmore, “Route 66” features artists, Alan Gorman, Daryl Gortner, James Guçwa, Cheryl Kelley, Dave Lefner, Eric Nash, Cesar Santander, Robert Townsend, and Dennis Ziemienski.
Stop in to see this wonderful exhibiton Tuesday through Sunday from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm. Or call to schedule an appointment 310-828-5070.
See image (below left) Daryl Gortner, Mornap, 2012, oil on panel, 24″ x 36″
On view: January 5 – February 16, 2013
What: “Route 66”
Where: Skidmore Contemporary Art, Bergamot Station 2525 Michigan Ave., D-2 Santa Monica, 90404
When: through Feb 16th