3600 Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
The famous bronze circus statues of the world famous Richard Macdonald presented by Cirque Du Soleil, will be on display outside the “O” Theatre lobby inside the Bellagio Hotel Casino across the bridge of Crystal at City Center. One of the world’s best sculptors and advocate of life depicting non-figurative moments, Macdonald pieces are particularly known for capturing models in live motion, duplicating performers in action. From Pasadena, CA with galleries worldwide and Fortune 500 clients that stem from all walks of life like Bill and Hillary Clinton, Leanne Rimes and many more. More than 50 sculptures, some of which took eight years to make, will be featured in the gallery at the “O” Theatre.
3535 Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 8109
Over 300 classic auto collections will be on exhibit located on the fifth level of the self-parking garage that include raising cars, roadsters, muscle cars and more that constantly change so you likely will never see the same car twice. The most unique part of this exhibit is that you can purchase cars and even put cars on standby. There’s no limit on the amount of photos you can take of the display of rows of classic cars. In addition to classic cars, military style vehicles, the flat grey 1941 Willy’s military jeep restored in 1959 used in WWII, and the 1963 Chevy Nova Memorial Race Car dedicated to fallen and living US Marines of the Iraq War on display but these classics are not for sale.
25 E. Shelbourne Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89123
Local artist from Las Vegas, Fernando Reyes is an avid fan of The Beatles and will have his paintings on display at the Enterprise Branch. Introduced to The Beatles by his dad, Fernando grew a special bond with the art of the music and depicts it in his artwork. His paintings show a humorous side of his respect for the band especially with the “Dr. Roberts” painting dealing with drugs and dealers with a more calm approach to the madness of the actual song that inspired the painting.
1025 First St.
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Once a month, Downtown Las Vegas mutates into an art walk event. Starting at the Art District and supported throughout the entire community with the most prolific and original cultural experiences and art exhibits. First Friday is a world of creativity that introduces hundreds of artists to people from all over the world. Areas include the 18b Art District, Fremont Entertainment District, and The Smith Center with galleries, studios, restaurants, bars, live entertainment and fine arts. This community gathering is the first of its kind for patrons looking for that one unique piece of art that no one else has.