By E.M. Fredric
BEVERLY HILLS, CA (The Hollywood Times) 05/18/2019 – David Palmer won a blue ribbon today at the bi-annual Beverly Hills Art show! Former tunesmith, Palmer has new images of “New Jersey Diners 1963” and “Habitat” amongst his Romantic Realism and Landscape artwork at his booth #366 today and tomorrow. Today marks his fourth show and his 2nd blue ribbon.
The Beverly Hills Art Show is one of the largest and most respected outdoor shows on the west coast, attracting artists from all over the country and some of L.A.’s finest. There’s outdoor dining areas, wine & beer gardens, elegant music & artist demonstrations among the mixed art forms presented. The show runs Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. at 9439 Santa Monica Boulevard in Beverly Gardens Park on May 18th and 19th..
There’s something for everyone at this show, I just happen to have a friend who is becoming one of the main attractions and hope you visit and meet him. The ex-Jersey boy, long-time Los Angeles resident – that Wiki describes as: “an American vocalist and songwriter, best known as a former member of Steely Dan and as the lyricist of the Carole King number two hit, Jazzman. By 2002, David would find himself immersed in photographic art discovering his own style, frame by frame. The images he creates are well worth a hang – or five – in your abode. His worlds often feel unrestrained yet tend to rattle on the extraordinary or howl disruptively in common concert.
More on Palmer can be read in this recent article:
Tomorrow is the last day to meet David in booth #366 – between Canon Drive and Crescent Drive in Gardens Park at 9439 Santa Monica Boulevard. The shows run both days from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
His website: www.davidpalmerimages.com