In their first exhibiting association, representation artists Paul Chamberlain and Dahl Delu, both designers by trade, might display differing styles and methods, but in juxtaposition of the Glendale residents’ canvases, this union works out to be a beautiful collaboration.
Chamberlain’s artistic passion was ignited inside the walls of the art department while attending Eagle Rock High School.
“The teacher provided me and one other student a place to draw and paint,” he said. “I knew this was what I wanted to do.”
His acceptance into the prestigious Art Center College of Design followed. Upon graduation, Chamberlain left his hometown to take on various design projects nationwide, including a position as a designer of major appliances while living in Detroit. One of his finest achievements would come later, that of creating the logo for the Bay Area Rapid Transit in San Francisco. To this day each BART train running graces his designed logo.