By Meagan Friberg
The City of West Hollywood’s Arts Division, in partnership with Studios on the Park in Paso Robles, presents “WeHo in Paso,” an exhibit on display in the Atrium Gallery at Studios from Oct. 4 to 28.
The exhibit will showcase a collection of artworks made by artists who live in West Hollywood. Featured artists include Miguel Andrisani, Tony Coelho, Thom Dower, Martin Gantman, K Ryan Henisey, MONCHO1929, Eileen O’Meara, Dan Pyle, Eugene Salandra, SKÜT, SMITH, and Jon Viscott.
The exhibition addresses “Space, Support and Visibility,” three of the principles in “WeHo Arts: The Plan” — a community based cultural plan — according to Rebecca Ehemann, Public Art Coordinator for the City of West Hollywood. A collection of animations, archival digital prints, original paintings, pen and ink drawings and photographs will be displayed.
Studios on the Park is located at 1130 Pine Street in Paso Robles and is open daily. Call 805-238-9800 or see studiosonthepark.org for more information on “WeHo in Paso” and other exhibits, classes and events.