The studio’s name may be Lazy Dog but there’s plenty of activity and inspiration evident at a new art space about to open in Long Beach.
If you want to experience an art exhibition that is “out there”, then you must visit the Lazy Dog Art Studio when it opens its doors to the public for two days.
To celebrate the River of Art Festival, this studio will be open on Saturday and Sunday, May 19 and 20 from 9.30am-4pm both days.
On display will be Paul Dimmer’s sculptures dotted throughout the gardens, up-cycled books and bottles and all things Steam Punk by Carmel Cox, as well as a large body of paintings in all mediums by Adrienne Conway.
Each of the three Long Beach artists has a very distinct and unique approach to their art.
Collectively, the exhibition is truly quirky with something for every art lover.
The public are warmly welcome to attend. The studio is one of many that will open its doors during the 2018 River of Art Festival.
Lazy Dog Art Studio is at 75 Blairs Road, Long Beach. Inquiries are welcome at email@example.com
- WHAT: Lazy Dog art studio open days.
- WHEN: Saturday, May 19 and Sunday, May 20, from 9.30am to 4pm.
- WHERE: 75 Blairs Road, Long Beach.
- CONTACT: Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.