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Keller Williams Larchmont Open House Art Show on Saturday

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The Keller Williams Larchmont office will be hosting their annual Fall Art Show this weekend – featuring artist Edward Rubin, Emmy Award winning Art Director of American Horror Story.

According to the website

Rubin has lived in Paris, New York, San Francisco, Pittsburgh and Santa Barbara. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture with honors from the University of California, Berkeley, and he holds a Master of Fine Art degree from Carnegie-Mellon University.

As a Fine Artist, Edward studied etching and lithography at California State University Long Beach and drawing and painting at the Academie de Port Royal in Paris, France. From 1991 through 1997 he had a studio space at the Hunter’s Point Naval Shipyard in San Francisco. During this time he developed his mastery of soft pastel on paper. Edward now lives in the Miracle Mile neighborhood of Los Angeles.

In addition to the art, KW Larchmont will have a great spread of cocktails & hors d’ouevres. Plus, a live jazz band to help set the mood. The evening is Keller Williams’ way of giving back to the neighborhood and helping people to connect.

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If you haven’t seen the KW space above the shops at 118 North Larchmont, Saturday evening’s Art Show is a nice opportunity. Renovated in the last couple of years, the offices are unexpectedly large – a nice space to have a party. Just walk up the stairs and enjoy an evening of good fun on the Boulevard.

Keller Williams Larchmont
2013 Fall Art Show
118 North Larchmont Boulevard, 2nd Floor
Saturday, November 16 6pm-10pm 
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