The Artists of Hotel Maya’ Return For Art Show And Live Demonstrations May 4

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Hotel Maya celebrates the return of “The Artists of Hotel Maya” art show during brunch on Sunday, May 4 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The art show runs from 12-4 p.m. Live Latin American music will also be preformed on the Fuego patio throughout the day.

“The Artists of Hotel Maya” will feature live painting demonstrations in Fuego’s private tequila tasting room and at the Luna Solstice indoor-outdoor terrace. Several of the artists will demonstrate their painting techniques on oversized communal canvases.

There will also be display stations featuring art for sale throughout the property. Live specialty music will be performed during the day to enhance the authentic Latin American event.

Guest artists Dave Van Patten and Rebecca Fries will join many of “The Artists of Hotel Maya” in the Sunday, May 4 art show including Steven Amado, Jonathan Bueno, Christopher Grinnell, Alex Rios, Rhett Johnson, Ivan D’Avy, Noel Madrid, Roberto Munguia, Edith Mondragon, Rob Padilla, Ramon Rodriguez, Aaron Meek, Leah Dixon and Paul Dominguez.

“’The Artists of Hotel Maya’ truly enhance the Latin American cultural experience for our guests in Fuego and throughout the hotel,” said Kristi Allen, General Manager at Hotel Maya – a Doubletree by Hilton. “Our focus this year is on experiencing Latin American culture through interactive learning. This is achieved by the live painting demonstrations and instruction during the art shows and live dance lessons during our dance series, among other ongoing cultural events.”

The property created and hosts the exhibition “The Artists of Hotel Maya” that features 14 leading, internationally acclaimed Latin American artists whose works are on display in Hotel Maya’s public spaces.

Artists’ works on display at Hotel Maya are available for sale by contacting Liza Mitchell at 310-489-8998 or

Hotel Maya presents a series of art and music events throughout 2014 including the Fuego Latin Brunch Dine and Dance Series featuring free Rumba lessons on June 8, Tango lessons on August 24 and Samba lessons on October 19. Free Salsa lessons were offered on March 30.

“The Artists of Hotel Maya” show is free and runs from 12-4 p.m.

Fuego Sunday Brunch costs $37.00 per adult and children, 13 and older; $18.50 for children, 12 and under; plus tax and gratuity. An 18 percent gratuity will be added to parties of six or more. Brunch service runs from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. For Fuego Sunday Brunch reservations, which are strongly encouraged, please call 562-481-3910 or visit

For an additional $10, guests will enjoy endless sparkling wine or mimosas. Complimentary glass of sparkling wine or cider, coffee, decaffeinated coffee, tea, juice or soft drinks will be served.

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