Woods Cove Art Studio will host Emmy-nominated singer-songwriter Addie Hamilton and unveil original works by artist Victoria Moore from 6-9 p.m. March 1.
Hamilton will perform live with KX 104.7 radio host Tommy Benson. The special event is in collaboration with Moore, as she unveils an original painting of Hamilton.
The event will also help launch an upcoming NFT set to be released later this year, fusing classic Hamilton vocal styles and Moore’s portrayal, said Woods Cove Art Studio owner Rob Hoover. The intention is that the NFT serve a future charitable use.
Also on display at Woods Cove Art Studio and Gallery is the officially designated UNESCO exhibition “Atomic Babylon”. The series of original paintings by Moore and sculptures by Nicholas Hernandez, Sr. raise awareness for atomic veterans and their children.
The evening of art and music by renowned artists takes place on March 1 in commemoration of Remembrance Day in the Marshall Islands, officially known as Nuclear Victims Day and Nuclear Survivors Day. Guests are invited to appreciate the artwork and learn about its historical significance.
For more information, call 949-549-4557.
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