“Sunny Day at Beverly Hills City Hall” (24” x 48”, art pen on canvas, 2014)

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“Sunny Day at Beverly Hills City Hall” (24” x 48”, art pen on canvas, 2014)

950.00

Completed in 1932, Beverly Hills City Hall is the most famous commission associated with the architectural firm of designed by Koerner & Gage.  It is Local Landmark Designation number 12 on the city's Local Register of Historic Properties.

Esteemed artist Travis Moore captures the romantic Spanish Renaissance Revival style of the Beverly Hills City Hall tower in this striking take on the historic landmark, one of the most beautiful public buildings in the nation.  Dubbed as "Sharpism" Travis creates his art with single strokes of Sharpie pens that come together to create an explosively detailed and brilliant rendition of this architectural icon. You are viewing and purchasing a museum quality, original work of art signed by the artist. It measures 24" wide x 48" tall with a 2" profile. Art pen on stretched canvas. More than 30 hours were dedicated to creating this piece. Ready to be hung as is or suitable for framing.

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