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Color Ink Book's 1st Ever Art Show "Shades of Ray" opens July 29th

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Color Ink Book's 1st Ever Art Show "Shades of Ray" opens July 29th

9517 Culver Boulevard
Culver City, CA 90232
July 29th, 2011 - August 31st, 2011
Opening: July 29th, 2011 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.WWAGallery.com
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
culver city/west la
EMAIL:  
onlinepress@wwagallery.com
PHONE:  
310-836-4992
OPEN HOURS:  
Tuesday - Saturday 11-5 or by appointment
TAGS:  
mixed-media, digital, graffiti/street-art, surrealism, abstract, figurative, modern, sculpture

DESCRIPTION

Hold on to your pants as Color Ink Book celebrates three
successful years with their first ever gallery exhibit at WWA gallery
with the massive group show Shades of Ray: Color Ink Book's 3rd
Anniversary Show.
Salute Color Ink Book and the scores of artists in
attendance at this landmark kick ass event. Snag your very own one-of-a-kind
Rayola sculpture created exclusively for this show. 

  

Be one of the first 100 guests through the door opening night and
receive an exclusive mini-print, from one of Color Ink Book's alumni -
Alex Pardee. You will have the chance to win a limited edition Travis Lampe
Rayola plush, thrill at live art created before your eyes, and tremble
in awe at the vast selection of prints that are yours for the snatching. The
Project Space will feature Sam Arshawsky, an artist that will knock you
out!



 Who: WWA gallery, Color Ink Book, a host of talented artists and the
public



 What: Shades of Ray: Color Ink Book's 3rd Anniversary Show

          Unique
sculptures, original art and prints available for purchase



 When: 7- 10pm Friday, July 29th





 Bucking the vinyl toy trend, Color Ink Book enlisted master woodworker
Terrell Deering to bring their vision of Rayola to three dimensional
life. A wide array of artists have now put their fingerprint on each of their
Rayolas, each version as diverse and in