Wrap up and installation images

Arcadia's motto for 2017, "Go big or go home," certainly paid off as it presented the largest exhibition in its 13-year history as participants in the Los Angeles Art Show. During the four days of the longest running art fair on the West Coast, Arcadia placed almost 40 original works of art into collections from as far away as The United Kingdom and as nearby as Beverly Hills. From the long-time collectors who return to our exhibition every year, to those who have acquired works from the gallery for the very first time, we cannot thank you enough for your support and passion for the artists we represent.

The gallery's 8-booth exhibition featured new works by established painters as well as works from artists exhibiting for the very first time; Malcolm Liepke's majestic "Stars and Stripes" was placed into an important, east coast collection, Alex Russell Flint's haunting "Bad Girls" oil was acquired by a prominent, Hollywood director and a collector from Utah quickly acquired "One Moment of Silence," the electric oil from the gallery's Ukranian "discovery," Denis Sarazhin.

It's never too early to plan ahead for a trip to the west coast! Next year's fair will take place at the Los Angeles Convention Center from January 10-14th, 2018!

Not able to attend the LA Art Show this year? Click here to see photos of the gallery's exhibition and the fair's opening night!