Michele Chapin, internationally known artist, outside her Ventura - Stoneworks Studio & Gallery (stoneworksstudios.com). You can sometimes find Chapin appearing at the Ventura art walk events, or take one of her art tours, or stone gallery classes.
When times get tough, art is one of the first expenditures to be red-lined out of budgets. Just a [...]
Renown alien abduction researcher and author of books: Missing Time, 1981; Intruders, 1987; and Witnessed, 1996; has investigated over 700 cases of reported alien abductions and encounters. He formed Intruders Foundation, a nonprofit, scientific research and support organization, to research and assist others.
In an upcoming lecture, the New Yorker presents cases for his files that [...]
SUNSET BEACH–The Anderson Art Gallery is honoring the legendary master of the California style of watercolor, Milford Zornes, with a special Exhibition of his drawings, paintings and printmaking on Feb. 7, 2010 from 1-3pm at 16812 Pacific Coast Highway, next to Captain Jacks Restaurant) in Sunset Beach. You are invited to the Opening Reception on [...]
Fallbrook, California’s Art in Public Places “Fat Happies” sculpture was acquired recently through fund-raising efforts to become a permanent art enhancement. Texas-based sculptor Barrett DeBusk previously loaned to the community the brightly colored steel sculpture that depicts two people dancing. He sold the art piece for $6000.
In May 2008 artist Barrett DeBusk loaned Fat Happies [...]
Puerto Rican artist David Benitez finds inspiration in Native American cultural artifacts and the peoples of the Southwest for his stunning landscape photography. His works on display at the Southwest Museum as part of the Northeast LA’s Second Saturday Art Night showcase this San Juan, Puerto Rico born talent who is an award-winning photographer focusing [...]
03 Oct, 2009
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Ventura County Museum ArtWalk Artist Emilia García, whose art reflects upon the beauty of her Latino culture, women, and the importance of family, will be featured in an exhibit that Focuses on Culture & Family. Meet the Museum of Ventura County’s selected artist during Ventura’s Harvest ArtWalk and see her work on Saturday, October [...]
One of the most exciting art cities in California is scenic Laguna Beach. With several major art venues, First Thursday Art Walks seasonally, Pageant of the Masters, countless galleries and a setting overlooking the Pacific Coast and soft sand beaches that lead to aquamarine waters, you’ll see why the plein air movement took roots in [...]
San Juan Capistrano, Calif. — An exhibit of plein air and contemporary artists explores the land and life of California with focus on its roots and mission settings. Hosted annually at Mission San Juan Capistrano, Our Land, Our People, Our Mission runs through early October and is free with paid admission to the mission which [...]
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Los Angeles, CA — Native American, Peggy Fontenot’s black & white photos will be exhibited at Second Saturday Gallery Night’s NELAart event at the Southwest Museum. Meet Peggy Fontenot and enjoy art, conversation, Mexican chocolate, and pan dulce, and browse the The Southwest Museum Store on opening night, July 11, 2009. Opening Reception: Saturday, [...]