As home to Hollywood and the entertainment industry, the Golden State has cultivated one of the most impressive filmographies of roles in motion pictures and television shows. The California Art Club pays tribute to the state’s impressive resume with the exhibition "Lights, Camera, California: Starring Roles for Scenic Sites," on view through May 14.
The exhibition showcases nearly 30 paintings of famous and not-so-famous sites that have made cameo appearances in film and television. Among the best-known location sites featured in the exhibition are iconic landmarks, such as the Hollywood Sign, the Golden Gate Bridge and the Griffith Park Observatory, which includes among its numerous credits the recently released "La La Land."
All of the paintings are available for acquisition. After the opening of the exhibition, the artwork may be viewed online at californiaartclub.org.