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October 7, 2005
On Oct. 22, after a 63-year absence, artists from the California Art Club will return to the Hollyhock House in Barnsdall Park - the Frank Lloyd Wright structure that once served as the clubhouse for the organization - for a special "Paint-Out" of the dramatic building, the surrounding gardens and the magnificent view of the Hollywood Hills. As part of the "Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation 2005 National Conference," more than 50 of the club's artists are expected to converge on Barnsdall Park from 9 a.m. to sundown.
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April 20, 2007
The California Art Club is pleased to present what is considered to be one of the highest-quality displays of contemporary-traditional art in the country, the Gold Medal Exhibition. The exhibition will be at the Pasadena Museum of California Art and it will showcase sculpture as well as paintings of genres ranging from quintessential California landscapes and seascapes to figures and still life. The Artists' Gala Reception is on Saturday, April 28 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tickets to the reception are $75 per person and include a copy of the catalog.
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April 8, 2014
This past week my wife and I spent a pleasant afternoon at the Autry National Center. A feature exhibit was the 103rd Annual Gold Medal Juried Exhibition of the California Art Club. It was a superb showing of the work of California artists, both painters and sculptors. I write because there has been very little publicity regarding the show which opened on March 30 and runs until April 20. To all art lovers among the readership of the News-Press, I say, “Go and enjoy.” Stanley L. Block, M.D. Glendale
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May 25, 2007
Recently, the California Art Club unveiled the Wild Things exhibition that features new artwork created by the club's painting and sculpting patron members. It also announced the award-winning artists whose works will be included in this six-month display at the Women's City Club of Pasadena. Artist April Raber , a resident of Irvine, received the "Best of Show" honor for her painting "Marsh Glow," in which she depicted an egret in the solitude of the Back Bay in Newport Beach.
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May 17, 2008
WINNERS ANNOUNCED IN LIBRARY CONTEST The Glendale Public Library has announced the winners of its 31st annual Bookmark Contest. The winning bookmark designers are Zara Alam, Carl Cedrick Altoveros, Mourein Cielo Altoveros, Magy Avedissian, Tiedra Baghoomian, Aly Beckner, Zareh Dermenjian, Alanis Galang, Kirah Harris, Ani Hovasapyan, Taleen Janian, Julia Jarkassian, Erin Lamb, Max Luna, Narek Mkrtchyan, Nicole Muradyan, Hyunju Park,...
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By: | September 14, 2005
Noise Within begins season with 'Othello' A Noise Within, Glendale's classical theater company, will launch its new season with Shakespeare's "Othello" starting in preview performances on Friday and opening Sept. 23. The season continues with William Inge's Pulitzer Prize-winning "Picnic" with previews beginning on Sept. 30. It runs from Oct. 7 to Nov. 27. The fall season concludes with "The Master Builder" by Henrik Ibsen, starting previews on Oct. 28. The play runs from Nov. 4 to Dec. 11. For reservations, call (818)
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January 27, 2006
Renowned artist to be featured at Verdugo Hills Art Association's meeting next week.Mario Mirkovich, successful and renowned California artist, is slated to be the demonstrating artist at the Verdugo Hills Art Association general meeting on Friday, Feb. 3. This demonstration promises to be an exciting event that is open to the public. Non VHAA members are invited for a $3 donation. The meeting will be held in the Citibank Community Room, 3250 Honolulu Ave., Montrose, at 7 p.m. Mirkovich is an oil painter and is best known for his scenes of natural scenery in Southern California.
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By Joyce Rudolph | January 24, 2009
Glendale and Burbank artists have earned the chance to show their work as new members of the Pasadena Society of Artists. It’s prestigious to join the organization because it has been around since 1925, and artists must submit three works that are juried by a committee before they are accepted into membership, society President Larry Rodgers said. “We were one of the first artist organizations in the San Gabriel Valley,” Rodgers said. “The only arts organization that is older than us is the California Art Club.
FEATURES
April 27, 2006
Art very much alive in Crescenta Valley In response to Ted Baumgart's commentary on Monday regarding "Lack of art in Crescenta Valley," I would like to make a statement that art is very much alive in our valley. The Verdugo Hills Art Assn. meets once a month in Montrose to bring local artists together for fellowship, demonstrations, art presentations and other art-related activities. Four times a year the Art Walk and sales take place in Montrose. The next one being scheduled on Saturday, May 6. Descanso Garden's Boddy House Art Gallery is visited year round by thousands of art and garden lovers from all over the world.
NEWS
By: Jacqui Brown | September 21, 2005
Capturing the essence and color of the Santa Monica Mountains and local coastlines is what makes Burbank artist Bruce Trentham tick. Although he has experimented and worked in many mediums including etching, his tactile sense has kept him pretty faithful to his use of pastels when creating his sea and landscape impressionistic works of art. "Nothing else was quick enough for me," Trentham said. "With pastels you buy the colors you want to use so you don't necessarily have to mix colors and everything is totally immediate."
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April 8, 2014
This past week my wife and I spent a pleasant afternoon at the Autry National Center. A feature exhibit was the 103rd Annual Gold Medal Juried Exhibition of the California Art Club. It was a superb showing of the work of California artists, both painters and sculptors. I write because there has been very little publicity regarding the show which opened on March 30 and runs until April 20. To all art lovers among the readership of the News-Press, I say, “Go and enjoy.” Stanley L. Block, M.D. Glendale
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By Joyce Rudolph | January 24, 2009
Glendale and Burbank artists have earned the chance to show their work as new members of the Pasadena Society of Artists. It’s prestigious to join the organization because it has been around since 1925, and artists must submit three works that are juried by a committee before they are accepted into membership, society President Larry Rodgers said. “We were one of the first artist organizations in the San Gabriel Valley,” Rodgers said. “The only arts organization that is older than us is the California Art Club.
FEATURES
May 17, 2008
WINNERS ANNOUNCED IN LIBRARY CONTEST The Glendale Public Library has announced the winners of its 31st annual Bookmark Contest. The winning bookmark designers are Zara Alam, Carl Cedrick Altoveros, Mourein Cielo Altoveros, Magy Avedissian, Tiedra Baghoomian, Aly Beckner, Zareh Dermenjian, Alanis Galang, Kirah Harris, Ani Hovasapyan, Taleen Janian, Julia Jarkassian, Erin Lamb, Max Luna, Narek Mkrtchyan, Nicole Muradyan, Hyunju Park,...
ENTERTAINMENT
May 25, 2007
Recently, the California Art Club unveiled the Wild Things exhibition that features new artwork created by the club's painting and sculpting patron members. It also announced the award-winning artists whose works will be included in this six-month display at the Women's City Club of Pasadena. Artist April Raber , a resident of Irvine, received the "Best of Show" honor for her painting "Marsh Glow," in which she depicted an egret in the solitude of the Back Bay in Newport Beach.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 20, 2007
The California Art Club is pleased to present what is considered to be one of the highest-quality displays of contemporary-traditional art in the country, the Gold Medal Exhibition. The exhibition will be at the Pasadena Museum of California Art and it will showcase sculpture as well as paintings of genres ranging from quintessential California landscapes and seascapes to figures and still life. The Artists' Gala Reception is on Saturday, April 28 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tickets to the reception are $75 per person and include a copy of the catalog.
FEATURES
April 27, 2006
Art very much alive in Crescenta Valley In response to Ted Baumgart's commentary on Monday regarding "Lack of art in Crescenta Valley," I would like to make a statement that art is very much alive in our valley. The Verdugo Hills Art Assn. meets once a month in Montrose to bring local artists together for fellowship, demonstrations, art presentations and other art-related activities. Four times a year the Art Walk and sales take place in Montrose. The next one being scheduled on Saturday, May 6. Descanso Garden's Boddy House Art Gallery is visited year round by thousands of art and garden lovers from all over the world.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 27, 2006
Renowned artist to be featured at Verdugo Hills Art Association's meeting next week.Mario Mirkovich, successful and renowned California artist, is slated to be the demonstrating artist at the Verdugo Hills Art Association general meeting on Friday, Feb. 3. This demonstration promises to be an exciting event that is open to the public. Non VHAA members are invited for a $3 donation. The meeting will be held in the Citibank Community Room, 3250 Honolulu Ave., Montrose, at 7 p.m. Mirkovich is an oil painter and is best known for his scenes of natural scenery in Southern California.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 7, 2005
On Oct. 22, after a 63-year absence, artists from the California Art Club will return to the Hollyhock House in Barnsdall Park - the Frank Lloyd Wright structure that once served as the clubhouse for the organization - for a special "Paint-Out" of the dramatic building, the surrounding gardens and the magnificent view of the Hollywood Hills. As part of the "Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation 2005 National Conference," more than 50 of the club's artists are expected to converge on Barnsdall Park from 9 a.m. to sundown.
NEWS
By: Jacqui Brown | September 21, 2005
Capturing the essence and color of the Santa Monica Mountains and local coastlines is what makes Burbank artist Bruce Trentham tick. Although he has experimented and worked in many mediums including etching, his tactile sense has kept him pretty faithful to his use of pastels when creating his sea and landscape impressionistic works of art. "Nothing else was quick enough for me," Trentham said. "With pastels you buy the colors you want to use so you don't necessarily have to mix colors and everything is totally immediate."
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