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Leonardo da Vinci Exhibit to Debut at Lighthouse Artspace in Scottsdale

A new special immersive art exhibit is coming to the valley.

The focus on the exhibit celebrates artist Leonardo da Vinci and is scheduled to run in Scottsdale starting this week.

Leonardo: The Universal Man will open Thursday at Lighthouse Artspace, and is touted as a show that will bring to life the artists’ paintings from the 15th century.

As in several of the other exhibitors fashion, Da Vinci’s work will be presented in with a modern twist with dazzling visuals through the mode of immersive design, light and projection technology.

Artworks that will be featured will include “The Mona Lisa” and “The Last Supper.” Leonardo: The Universal Man will share time with the ongoing Immersive Monet and The Impressionists exhibit at Lighthouse Artspace in the month of March.

Lighthouse Artspace is located at Scottsdale Road and Fifth Avenue in Old Town.
Adult tickets to the 1-hour long exhibit start at $34.99 and can be purchased online on the exhibit website.

Lighthouse Immersive has offered valley residents several other unique art installation experiences, such as Immersive Frida Kahlo, Van Gogh and King Tut.