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New Art Gallery Opens in Santora Building in Santa Ana Artists VillageSalem-News.com
Showcasing the art of local artists Grace Divine and Nina & Angie Quinard, (the latter two who were described as “AMERICA'S FUTURE” and “PRODIGIES” when they were interviewed on CNN when they were barely ten and twelve years of age)
(SANTA ANA, CA) - The Bee Regal Gallery showcasing the finest original paintings, sculptures, museum quality print reproductions and collectibles is opening its doors to the public on April 6, 2012.
Located in the chic Santa Ana Arts District, the Bee Regal Gallery is inside the famed Santora Building of the Arts, one of the grandest sights in downtown Santa Ana, California. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the magnificent Santora building was built in 1928 and displays a rare “Churrigueresque” Spanish Ultra Baroque style architecture and interior and is a -MUST SEE LANDMARK- in Southern California for tourists and locals alike.
Showcasing the art of local artists Grace Divine and Nina & Angie Quinard, (the latter two who were described as “AMERICA'S FUTURE” and “PRODIGIES” when they were interviewed on CNN when they were barely ten and twelve years of age), the Bee Regal Gallery displays art in a wide range of styles from classical to contemporary. In addition, the diverse genres include everything from florals, landscapes, seascapes all the way to abstract, portraits and mystical art.
In addition, the Bee Regal Gallery offers CUSTOM MADE ART services. Most of the art in their catalog of over 1000 paintings can be reproduced as original art or as giclee prints. Furthermore, the gallery offers a unique process whereby client specific color palette and dimensions can be incorporated into the art.
To learn more about the Bee Regal Gallery and of the services they offer to art lovers, patron of the arts, discerning collectors, architects and designers, you can visit their internet portal at www.BeeRegal.com or you can visit the gallery in person at the Santa Ana Arts District and learn more about California's wonderful history and architecture.
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