[youtuber youtube=’http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJUgqt5iipU’]Rob Faucette, director of WWA Gallery located in the Culver City arts district shared an evening of gala, fun and laughter with local area residents, who hit the streets in support of his â€œPrint Isnâ€™t Dead,â€ exhibition. â€œPrint Isnâ€™t Dead is an emerging artist collective of cool and eclectic mixes featuring figurative and illustrative fine art. The gallery highlighted various type pieces throughout its wooden floored interior from the hours of 5PM-9PM on this past Wednesday, July 17. The collection of fine and illustrative art exhibition will run until August 10, 2013. The intimate affair set for the same evening as Culverâ€™s City â€˜s, â€œThird Wednesdayâ€Â captured the essence of the mood shared by over 30 local area merchants as theyÂ gave free samples for those interested in some real shopping, live entertainment and prize giveaways. Â Outside, music could be heard bellowing through trees and artistically designed structures. Culver City is one of the fastest growing communities offering diversity and a wholesome group of ethnic food lovers. People danced on the sidewalk and sang along with a live band, which was performing next door at the Ben Ford Filling Station. The â€œPrint Isnâ€™t Dead,â€ exhibition showed a promising way for collectors to support emerging artists, lining up layered prices moderately ranging from $15-$100.
Local, national, and international talent offered curated prints that are exclusive to WWA.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJUgqt5iipU’] The specialized collection can be purchased directly from the gallery or online. WWAs opening reception offered a free to ship within the continental United States and a $10.00 less shipping cost for those who lived in other locations. Print purchases prior to the reception, were shown via collected email addresses from interested buyers, who signed up early to see them. WWA Gallery creates a unique brand presence by offering figurative and illustrative fine art from a group of collective artist. It features the works of artists, Casey Weldon, David Chung, Michael Mararian, Julian Callas, Dave MacDowell, and Vincent Cacciotti. The gallery offers guesting by curators who it collaborates with in order to consistently create events that are exciting, refreshing, and motivating to both buyers and collectors. One such collaboration is with the Color Ink Bookâ€™s a yearly group exhibit that shows in August 2013. View the entire WWA exhibit in its entirety and its highly publicized collective group of artists at https://www.wwagallery.com. For more information and a list of scheduled exhibitions, please visit WWAGallery.com. For additional press inquiries contact Lin@wwagallery.com or call 310-836-4992. WWA Gallery is located at 9517 Culver Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232. Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 11-5PM.