Italian fine artist Ribana Szutor debuted her neo-figurative paintings in the U.S. with an underground exhibition at The Cellar Beverly Hills on March 23, 2017. The gallery event, which showcased several of Ribana’s most haunting and provocative works, included the auction of one of her original paintings, with 100 percent of the proceeds going to the Boys & Girls Club of the West Valley.
“I am very excited to not only share my art with a new culture, but to also benefit this incredibly important organization,” says Szutor. “My art has been exhibited in many countries all over the world, and with all the different cultures I have experienced, I am always amazed by the children and the light they bring. Whether we are in Transylvania or California, the children hold our future, and that is why I feel it is so important to give back to them. When I visited Los Angeles and learned about the wonderful work being done by the Boys & Girls Club, I knew I wanted to be a part of it.”
The program was arranged by the Club’s Chairman, Marty Cooper.