Jurassic Wild West Art Exhibition Grand Opening December 1st, 2018
Ricardo Breceda Art Exhibition and Sale at Indio Grand Marketplace
Indio Grand Marketplace is excited to announce that the Jurassic Wild West Art Exhibition will be on display at the mall from November 23rd through January 31st. Life-sized metal sculptures created by artist Ricardo Breceda will populate the shopping center, inspire imaginations and create an experience like no other. Breceda’s collection includes diverse gigantic dinosaur sculptures, vividly dramatic wild horses, a variety of classic desert creatures, gritty cowboys and iconic characters from the American West. The show will be open to the public and admission is FREE.
Jurassic Wild West encounters shouldn’t have to be confined just to the Marketplace. Envision them in other surroundings – all of the sculptures in the exhibit will be for sale and in need of forever homes. Come out to the mall for the Exhibit Grand Opening and Sale on December 1st, and meet artist Ricardo Breceda in person. An eclectic selection of smaller pieces suitable for the home or garden will also be available for viewing and purchase.
Exhibit Grand Opening & Sale Dec. 1st
• Saturday, Dec. 1st from 10 AM – 6 PM
• Event is FREE and open to the public
• Parking is free
• Meet artist Ricardo Breceda
• Tour the art exhibit
• Ricardo Breceda Art Sale
About Ricardo Breceda
Halfway to San Diego, just west of the post office that marks the tiny town of Aguanga, you’ll find dinosaurs. Lots of them — along with giant rattlesnakes, leaping horses, knights in armor, bighorn sheep and a dog. These massive metal sculptures are the work of Ricardo Breceda, who calls himself an “accidental artist.” When his daughter, Lianna, turned seven years old, she wanted a life-sized Tyrannosaurus rex for her birthday. Breceda had worked in construction but had no training in welding or art. Nevertheless, to please her, he built “T-Rex” — followed by a Spinosaurus and a Triceratops.
That was 18 years ago and he hasn’t stopped since. His sculpture garden in Aguanga boasts at least 350 pieces; 130 or so rise out of the desert in Borrego Springs. One of Breceda’s dinosaurs surveys the cool, shady courtyard of the La Quinta Library and a few more camp out on the road to Twentynine Palms. For more information visit RicardoBreceda.com.