Monday, October 5, 2009

Saturday Nov 14th and Sunday Nov 15th, 
 Time 12 noon pm-5pm both days

Closing Reception: Sunday Nov 15th, 5-7pm

Location: 703 E. Hyde Park Blvd.

Free Guided Trolley Tour and bus transportation  12-5 both days 
tour begins at 703 E. Hyde Park Blvd
*Transportation and Video Documentation generously provided by Parks, Recreation & amp; Community Service Department of the City of Inglewood

Artist participants in the 2009, 3rd annual Inglewood Open Studios:
Edward Ewell, Renée A. Fox, Ginger Van Hook, Luke Van Hook, Ulysses Jenkins, Michael Massenburg, Gale McCall, Chris Mercier, Kenneth Ober, Joan Robey, Dustin Shuler, Stanley Smith, Holly Tempo, MonaLisa Whitaker and John Wynne.


Inglewood, California

            The secret is out! Inglewood, California is a haven for artists; that’s right, those creative types, the rebels, the painters and sculptors, the photographers and the illustrators of tomorrow. The success of the Third Annual Inglewood Open Studios is sure to raise eyebrows in nearby cities and in this unique local art community, just a crow’s flight from the Los Angeles Airport runway.  The public is invited to visit a variety of emerging and established fine artists in their Inglewood studios. Some of the artists are graduates of Otis College of Art and Design in nearby Westchester, others have attended art schools across the country, and a few are self-taught. Some are relatively new to Inglewood, while others have lived in this area for years. Spearheaded by Renée A. Fox three years ago as a means to support the local artist movement in this diverse art community, the INGLEWOOD OPEN STUDIOS has blossomed into a force of creativity growing steadily every year.