The work of Liz Craft, a Los Angeles contemporary artist and sculptor known for her bizarre works, is coming to West Hollywood Park on Sunday (April 7). The exhibit is part of West Hollywood’s Art on the Outside project created by the Arts and Cultural Affairs Commission.
The collection will feature sculptures from Craft’s “Temple of Folly” collection, including her “Hairy Guys” bronze series, which will be set up around the concrete stage area of West Hollywood Park at 625 N. San Vicente at Santa Monica. There will be an opening reception on April 7, 4 to 7 p.m. that is free to the public (although an RSVP is requested).
The initiative has also partnered with the public art nonprofit LAND (Los Angeles Nomadic Division) that works to arrange contemporary art projects in the LA area. The aim of the initiative is to showcase art to the public and boost the overall culture of WeHo.