New Art Exhibit at Andaz West Hollywood to Feature Works by Two of its Employees

Andaz West Hollywood Photo by Robert Landau

The Andaz West Hollywood is set to unveil a new Andaz Salon art exhibit as part of its rotating showcase, which will feature the works of two up-and-coming artist who also happen to be Andaz employees.

The collection will be unveiled at an exclusive event at the Andaz West Hollywood on March 29 from 6-8pm. The event is open to the public and free of charge.

Artists Jor Smith Michel from Andaz Savannah and Tyson King from Andaz San Diego have been making waves in the art world. Michel is an abstract artist whose pieces make political and social statements in natural, raw, unprocessed and imaginative forms. King is self-taught artist, who focuses on optimistic abstract art while channeling positive energy into his pieces to uplift viewers.

Artists Tyson King and Jor Smith Michel

Andaz West Hollywood has always been a strong supporter of creativity and self-expression within its community. During the two-hour reveal, guests will be able to view Michel and King’s eye-catching pieces and also have the chance to meet and mingle with the artists who will be on site.

Andaz Salon is an initiative that aims to deliver cultural experiences to hotel guests by showcasing works made by different local artists via rotating quarterly exhibits. This next installment of Andaz West Hollywood’s Salon series will not feature pieces by L.A. artists, but instead support Andaz employees who who are up and coming artists.

“Since the launch of the Salon series, Andaz West Hollywood has given many local L.A. artists the opportunity to be exposed to an international audience as our guests come from across the globe,” said General Manager Henning Nopper. “There is so much creativity and talent among Andaz associates, that we decided to give our own colleagues and counterparts that same opportunity for exposure with this new exhibit. We’re looking forward to proudly featuring Jor and Tyson’s work on our walls.”

For more information on this Salon exhibit at Andaz West Hollywood visit: Andaz Salon –

Andaz West Hollywood is Los Angeles’ iconic Rock ‘N’ Roll hotel located on the famous Sunset Strip in West Hollywood where musical history, celebrity, and style come together. Formerly known as the Riot House, the property – then called Continental Hyatt House and later the Hyatt on Sunset – served as the home of some of Rock ‘N’ Roll’s most memorable tales by being the choice hotel for rock legends including Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, The Who, Duran Duran, The Doors, and more. Rebranded as an Andaz – Hyatt’s lifestyle collection – in 2009, the stylish hotel is more alluring and artful as ever, featuring 239 guest rooms, including 20 suites, and spectacular views of the Hollywood Hills on one side and the Sunset Strip and Downtown Los Angeles on the other. The Andaz West Hollywood also offers professional party and event planning, weekly rooftop music and entertainment, and fitness programs such as the one-hour “Yoga with a View” class set against the panoramic views of the city. Inspired event venues – including the highest rooftop pool in Los Angeles – acclaimed Riot House restaurant, and glamorous cocktail parties known as salon events further make this chic West Hollywood hotel a must-visit destination.

0 0 vote
Article Rating
Previous articleWEHO will Turn Down the Lights for Earth Hour 2018
Next articleMarch for Our Lives Demonstration to End Gun Violence is Happening March 24
Paulo Murillo
Paulo Murillo is Editor in Chief and Publisher of WEHO TIMES. He brings over 20 years of experience in LGBT media and more than two decades as a West Hollywood resident. Murillo began his professional writing career as the author of “Love Ya, Mean It,” an irreverent and sometimes controversial West Hollywood lifestyle column for FAB! newspaper. Murillo’s work has appeared in numerous print and online publications. He was a contributor to LGBT magazine IN Los Angeles. He is known for the “Hot Topic” column in Frontiers magazine, in which he covered breaking news and local events in the City of West Hollywood. His recent work has been published in the Los Angeles Blade and his articles, essays and photographs can also be seen on the pages of THE FIGHT Magazine. He started “The Share” feature for THE FIGHT, which spotlights members of the Los Angeles recovery community who share about their sober journey. He can be reached at
Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments