The RAT ROD Review

Photo: / Keith Testa, “OpalCreek”

‘The Rat Rod Review’ Hits the Scene

by Raveen Johnson | December 8, 2017 12:30 am CST

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The Art Car Museum is known for its contemplative and unconventional eye for art that embodies personal expression and pop culture, specifically displayed through low riders, art cars, and mobile contraptions. That’s why its founders, Ann and James Harithas, are excited to announce The Rat Rod Review, an exhibit that features sculptures and photographs that embody the feel of rusty cars, Roller Derby, and hot rods.

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The Rat Rod Review features the work of Owen Fisher and Keith Testa, whose photographs serve as the backdrop for the custom built Hot Rods. Another featured artist is Renee Tantillo, who is known for turning car parts into immaculate sculptured objects.

In addition to photographs and art, the exhibit will also feature cars from Jim Jard, Sergio Rivera, Darrell Lamb, Bob Wink, Smitty and Toni Silva, and Tony Lee.

This exhibit is a perfect fit for the Art Car Museum as it will showcase an amazing artistic eye from various artists as it relates to automobile transformation. The opening night is Dec. 9, 2017 from 7-10:00 p.m.

The museum has arranged free parking for all guests at the Multi-Service Center, and the admission is always free as well. Grab your friends and family and become a part of the art car movement. For more information, visit: