Nov. 7, 2011
-- LOS ANGELES - Nov. 1, 2011 - Award-winning visual artist Vibul Wonprasat, with art studio located in Marina Del Rey, was recently juried into an exhibition at the iconic Louvre Museum, Paris, France. The red carpet event will begin on December 8th, 2011 and marks the third year in a row that Vibul has exhibited in the Paris museum circuit. Vibul will exhibit his latest painting, First Kiss, the final in his famous Blue Bird series of three paintings which has spanned nearly 30 in the making.
To celebrate this monumental achievement, Vibul is creating a special event, in his new Studio City fine art gallery, titled “Preview to the Louvre Exhibit”, with an artist reception on November 7th from 6pm-10pm. The spotlight will be on his new masterpiece “First Kiss”, “Mother and Child” which was on exhibit at the Louvre Museum in 2010 and “Apsara” which was on display at the Grand Palais in Paris, France in 2009. In addition, international artist Patchara Wonprasat will join the exhibit with her new painting titled “Les Gitans des Champs – Elysees”, also to be on display at the prestigious Louvre Museum this December. Photographer/
Artist Jeffrey E. Davis will display a new collection of timeless and fascinating images from the Kingdom of Thailand, offering fine art giclee reproductions, to complete this wonderful and very special exhibit.
“VIBUL Fine Art Gallery” was recently established, in Studio City on Ventura Boulevard, and also serves the community by offering exceptional lessons in painting and drawing by Profess or Vibul Wonprasat. He has actually operated the original school, an international favorite, in Marina Del Rey for over 27 years and has amassed hundreds of awards, including “The Best Art Instructor of Venice 2010.” With mastery over color and dimension, many the world over see Vibul as a revolutionary spiritual painter who champions universal love above all else. The Preview to the Louvre Exhibit stands testament to the high level of dedication and expertise these exceptional artist display and promises world-class art, right in our back yard, and not to be missed. The exhibit runs November 7th – 14th.