ELCO 1966 Dodge Charger in Venice

ART TODAY 09.20.17: The 1966 Dodge Charger in Venice – “the most colorful and diverse city in the world” by Harold Cleworth

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1966 Dodge Charger in Venice

TribeLA Magazine Acrostic Interview.3

Los Angeles: Where is your favorite place in Los Angeles? Where would you take visitors? If you could defend the city in one sentence to someone who doubts it, what would you say?
My favorite place in Los Angeles that I would take visitors would be Venice Beach. From the sublime to the ridiculous, the wealthy to the homeless, the black to the white, the gay to the straight, and all in between, All are seen in Venice Beach. I remember the first time I came to L.A. I couldn’t find it. Now I have. Seek and you will find the most colorful and diverse city in the world.


From illustrating the elegant curves of the multimillion-dollar 1936 Bugatti Atlantic, to perfectly depicting the brilliance of the head-turning red of Ferraris past and present, Harold Cleworth brings an incredible photo-like quality to his work that not only captures the beauty of a car, but elevates it. With a precision that is beyond photography, it is no wonder that he is one of the world’s most sought-after artists: commissioned by car companies to paint originals of their newest models, and by celebrities and private collectors to create portraits of their beloved automobiles.

You can find Harold on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cleworthart and his website: http://cleworthart.com
Want customized artwork? Email Harold at haroldcleworth@yahoo.com.

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ART TODAY 09.17.17: Automobile aficionados, “The painter laureate of the car,” Harold Cleworth, is parked in Venice

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