PRLog - Nov. 3, 2011 - The Ultimate Driving Machine Meets Art
Classic BMW will be opening their doors to over 75 works of art by local artists, in a brand-new two-week exhibit, in partnership with the PAA. The art will be staged among their cars in their contemporary and beautiful showroom in Plano.
Eric Maas, owner of Classic BMW in Plano, said, "We are delighted to bring art into our showroom, and to be able to support the local artists in our community. After all, a BMW is a work of art itself."
The reception for this event will be held on Thursday, November 10, from 7.00 to 9.30pm, at Classic BMW on Spring Creek and the Dallas Tollway, and is free and open to the general public.
The Honorable Mayor of Plano, Phil Dyer, will give the opening speech and Frank Turner, Deputy City Manager, will present the People's Choice awards, that will be voted on by the viewers. At the catered reception, two artists will be giving live demonstrations of their skills, and a "Zantangle" pen-and-ink artist will show her craft.
Nuray Fuller, Community Art Coordinator, said that "the PAA is grateful to Classic BMW for this opportunity, and for supporting both art and artists. We are proud of the final result, and hope that our community will come and visit, and appreciate both the beautiful art and the cars."
About Classic BMW
Classic BMW in Plano is a family run business that has been in business for 40 years. They are the only dealership in North Texas to win BMWs prestigious Center of Excellence award 2 years in a row. They are located at Spring Creek and Dallas North Tollway.
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The Plano Art Association was formed in 1969 as a non-profit organization, and continues to be a vital part of the community. Our purpose is to encourage artistic development of members, to advance artistic values in community projects, to further art education, to encourage creative activities related to art, and to bring artistic values into everyday living.