Exploring Diverse Creativity At The Spring 2015 Brewery Art Walk

Posted: April 30, 2015 in Art, Events, Los Angeles
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The Brewery Art Walk returned this past weekend for the Spring 2015 installment of their semiannual art walk. Taking place at what appears as the historic remains of a Pabst Blue Ribbon brewing facility, this FREE and all-ages art walk features hundreds of resident artists showcasing their finest work. Guests may even purchase art they like from the artists. The facility includes an in-house restaurant, while the event invites many mobile vendors, gourmet food trucks, local microbreweries for a beer garden, local bands, and more. Albeit advertised as an all-ages event, a handful of the art contains material not suitable for children, and nude body-painted models walk around the event too.

For a free event that occurs twice a year, anyone would enjoy spending an afternoon here to admire a world of creativity. Invite some friends for a fun outing, but reassess if you want to bring children here due to the mature content of some of the material here. Like them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter for updates on upcoming events by the Brewery Art Walk Association. Many of the resident artists forbid photography in their studios, preventing me from acquiring my own photos. Take a look at a few of what other people have shot at this past weekend’s art walk (and got away with).

Like the nude body-painted models? You will have a chance to see a lot more of them at a body painting competition in about two weeks. Art comes in more forms than an image on a canvas, and this form proves it.


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