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The 25th Annual LA Art Show opened this year in July29th with a VIP opening night

singer/songwriter and actor Rita Ora
Tom Wright (THT) and Rosie Pearson film producer

Inside, the 10,000 VIP ticket holders were treated to art from 70 galleries from 18 countries with a special focus this year on women and non-binary artists.

By Tom Wright


Los Angeles, CA (The Hollywood Times) 7/30/21 – Walking the red carpet offered its own art stars, Gregory Siff, former West Hollywood resident, is an American visual artist, designer, writer, and actor who lives and works in Los Angeles. Currently painting Topps baseball card with a show in London, at HOFA.


Brittney Palmer is an American ring girl, fine artist. She is best known for her Topps baseball cards working as an Octagon girl for the UFC, and was awarded Ringcard Girl of the Year for 2012 at the World MMA Awards[4] and again in 2013.

Tex Hammond 14-year-old young art star of the LA Art Show artist through down a peace sign with his multi-color hair which he just cut himself. Booth 1243 La Art Show

This year has gone into the NFT world both Siff and Palmer offering art for sale with NFT  non-fungible token – a digital token that’s a type of cryptocurrency. An NFT doesn’t mean that you own the piece of art itself. Instead, you’re basically buying metadata that grants you bragging rights.

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