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By Joyce Rudolph | April 15, 2009
Burbank interior designers Suzi Reader and Scot Barr, of Suziscot Design, are thinking environmentally friendly as they decorate the Breakfast Room in the 45th annual Pasadena Showcase House of Design. The home tour, opening Sunday and organized by the Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts, raises funds for musical education and support of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Assn., said Marti Farley, the benefit’s chairwoman. “Funds raised from this home tour go to our three music programs, gifts and grants programs, and the Los Angeles Philharmonic Assn.
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By Beige Luciano-Adams | April 14, 2010
In “Origins + Intersections,” at the Brand Library Art Galleries, four Los Angeles artists present wildly disparate works — diverging in tone, thematic content and medium, but arriving at an intersection of critical and complementary queries. In sculptural installations like “San Gabriel II,” a panorama of the San Gabriel Mountains composed entirely of scotch tape (on vellum), and “Untitled Landscape,” a stunning 3-D flower bed of slightly lucent, cast-foam toiletry bottles, Joe Davidson plumbs the depths of compulsive repetition to unearth tensions between our emotional lives and the daily, mundane activities in which they’re submerged.
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By Rachel Kane | January 30, 2008
Rhythm, blues, lounge music and laughs were all on deck Tuesday afternoon at the USO show-themed Senior Superstar Showcase. More than 140 audience members — mostly seniors — packed into the Burbank Joslyn Adult Center for the performance. The showcase featured singers, dancers, comics, magicians and other entertainers in their golden years. In a show that lasted nearly two hours, 14 performers unfolded their talents as the audience applauded. “We’re so very fortunate today to have these wonderful entertainers with us,” said Marie Burnett, the show’s host and senior volunteer at the Joslyn Center.
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By Joyce Rudolph | May 20, 2009
Artists Monica Furmanski and Janet Neuwalder are integrating their shared love of nature into abstract projects they are creating together. Furmanski specializes in digital photography while Neuwalder works in ceramics, and they are combined in two installations in the group show “Selected Curiosities” at the Brand Library Art Galleries. Friends since 1993, this is the first time they’ve explored blending their works. In the “Stream of Contradiction” installation, the two media have been integrated into one large installation piece on one wall of the Brand gallery.
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December 21, 2002
Joyce Rudolph The natural beauty of the outdoors reflects gracefully back into the hillside home of Morey and Irene Goodstein. They have remodeled, adding a den and master bedroom suite. A serene view of the patio and pool area is seen from each through the glass doors. At the far end of the pool, a waterfall splashes down over stair-stepped boulders. Morey said he enjoys sitting in a garden chair, mesmerized by the water's flow. "The sound is soothing," Morey said.
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April 20, 2005
Delightful costumes, fine direction and rapid-fire rhyming repartee dominate A Noise Within's production of Moliere's "The School for Wives" (L'Ecole des Femmes) in Glendale. From the creative mind of costume designer Nadine Parkos spring the wonderfully foppish outfits, including impossibly huge bows on pump-heel shoes and epaulets, peach satin knickers and feathery, furry tri-cornered hats. And this is on the men. The women also wear clothing that amplifies their characters' true nature, be it as innocent as organdy or as senseless as mismatched prints.
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By Erica Liu | June 20, 2007
A brass chandelier, a dented traffic cone and a metal traffic sign have been given new leases on life at the Glendale Community College Art Gallery. The items have been incorporated into three art pieces on display in the "Summer Show" featuring artists Carlos Mollura and Chris Nichols. The show opened with a reception on Saturday and continues through Aug. 10. For the show, Mollura, who was born in Argentina and is based in Los Angeles, created a 25-feet-tall tricolored, PVC film sculpture inspired by Neapolitan ice cream.
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December 6, 2003
JOYCE RUDOLPH From working with clay to sewing clothing for dolls, Lucille Fewless likes to keep her hands busy. A student at the Creative Arts Center for more than 30 years, the Burbank resident started taking ceramics classes with longtime instructor Claude Hulce, who is now retired from the center. Over the last couple of months, Fewless has been making items to sell at the center's annual Holiday Boutique. She's made clothing and accessories for 15 porcelain bisque dolls.
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By Lynne Heffley and By Lynne Heffley | July 26, 2013
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By Joyce Rudolph | April 15, 2009
Burbank interior designers Suzi Reader and Scot Barr, of Suziscot Design, are thinking environmentally friendly as they decorate the Breakfast Room in the 45th annual Pasadena Showcase House of Design. The home tour, opening Sunday and organized by the Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts, raises funds for musical education and support of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Assn., said Marti Farley, the benefit’s chairwoman. “Funds raised from this home tour go to our three music programs, gifts and grants programs, and the Los Angeles Philharmonic Assn.
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