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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.
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July 31, 2004
JOYCE RUDOLPH Spirituality is depicted from the hearts of artists representing many cultures and religions in the first juried fine art exhibit at the new cathedral in downtown Los Angeles. "Spiritual Spectrum: Paintings and Sculptures by the California Art Club" is continuing through August at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels. The idea for the exhibit came from Toluca Lake artist Gayle Garner Roski, a member of the club who is known for her watercolor paintings of Los Angeles.
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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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By Michael Bolger | July 18, 2009
Lowered expectation can always be aroused by multi-artist showings at small, unknown galleries. And then along comes the occasional surprise. This surprise was made at the Towns Burr Gallery’s opening reception July 11, for the Fairfax Art Group featuring the works of several amazing artists. Yes, several. Jammed into the tiny gallery, opened more than a year ago by Glendale resident Bruce Burr, a noted commercial photographer, and his wife, Connie, a fine artist herself, were some very large names — and even bigger talent.
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By Joyce Rudolph | September 9, 2006
Sculptor Karen Cope is igniting a revival of techniques made famous by the old masters in her new Glendale studio. Her own renaissance began after the 29-year-old Glendale artist graduated in 1999 from Cal State Long Beach, where she majored in 3-D art media. Her class work in woodworking and drawing had been more abstract and conceptual, she said, which didn't train her to realistically capture the human figure. "It didn't give me the technique and accuracy I wanted to strive for," she said.
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August 6, 2005
Send DATEBOOK items to Glendale News-Press and Leader, 111 W. Wilson Ave., Suite 200, Glendale, CA 91203 or fax to (818) 241-1975. Submissions must be received two weeks before publication. TODAY A Summer Music Series continues with Chelsea Williams from 2 to 5 p.m. and Dee Dee O'Malley from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Glendale Marketplace shopping center on Brand Boulevard between Colorado Street and Broadway. Admission is free. The series will continue through Sept.
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February 5, 2003
TODAY "Wise Up on Health," a seminar hosted by an internist at Providence St. Joseph Medical Center, is at 9 a.m. at the Media City Center Macy's Court on the first level, 201 E. Magnolia Blvd. Admission is free. For more information, call 566-8617. The Auld Lang Syne Bridge & Card Club meets from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekly at the Joslyn Adult Center, 1301 W. Olive Ave. The cost is $1.50. Arrive early to ensure seating. For more information, call 845-1920.
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May 24, 2003
48 HOURS Winners in the Burbank Art Assn. Spring Show will be honored during a reception for the artists from 1 to 4 p.m. today at the Burbank Central Library. Best of Show in the Honors Division will be presented to Tony Provenzano for the entry, "India Woman." In the Open Division, Veli Bill Saame is receiving Best of Show for the piece "Land of Midnight Sun." Other winners are first place, Honors Division, Tony Provenzano; first place in landscape, Open Division, Dortha Enquist; first place, Still Life, Floral and Life, Adele Styk; and Special Category, first place, Joan Hutton.
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By Michael Bolger | July 18, 2009
Lowered expectation can always be aroused by multi-artist showings at small, unknown galleries. And then along comes the occasional surprise. This surprise was made at the Towns Burr Gallery’s opening reception July 11, for the Fairfax Art Group featuring the works of several amazing artists. Yes, several. Jammed into the tiny gallery, opened more than a year ago by Glendale resident Bruce Burr, a noted commercial photographer, and his wife, Connie, a fine artist herself, were some very large names — and even bigger talent.
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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.
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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."
NEWS
July 31, 2004
JOYCE RUDOLPH Spirituality is depicted from the hearts of artists representing many cultures and religions in the first juried fine art exhibit at the new cathedral in downtown Los Angeles. "Spiritual Spectrum: Paintings and Sculptures by the California Art Club" is continuing through August at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels. The idea for the exhibit came from Toluca Lake artist Gayle Garner Roski, a member of the club who is known for her watercolor paintings of Los Angeles.
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