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Painting the Sierras, a Live Demonstration by Artist Sharon Weaver

Painting the Sierras, a Live Demonstration by Artist Sharon Weaver

Thursday, June 8, 2017, at 3:00 p.m. at the Santa Paula Art Museum On Thursday, June 8, artist Sharon Weaver will transform a blank canvas into a stunning scene of the High Sierra as she performs a live oil painting demonstration at the Santa Paula Art Museum. The demonstration begins at 3:00 p.m. Weaver is […]

An Open Letter to Congressman Lacy Clay

An Open Letter to Congressman Lacy Clay

Statement by Mike Durant, President of PORAC, regarding removal of offensive painting at the U.S. Capitol

Statement by Mike Durant, President of PORAC, regarding removal of offensive painting at the U.S. Capitol

Exhibit features portraits of female artists: Painter will demonstrate technique at Cal Lutheran

Exhibit features portraits of female artists:  Painter will demonstrate technique at Cal Lutheran

“Rebecca Campbell: You are Here” will be on exhibit in the Kwan Fong Gallery of Art and Culture on the Thousand Oaks campus. Campbell will demonstrate her portrait painting technique from 10 a.m. to noon and 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. on March 7. Motivated by a lack of female representation in the art world, and […]

Local Artist turns from painting to photography after stricken with rare disease — A Pictorial of Grace

Local Artist turns from painting to photography after stricken with rare disease  — A Pictorial of Grace

By Elizabeth Cheever While living on the island of Kaua’i for eight years, I was blessed to be able to pursue my childhood dream to become an artist. During the middle to late eighties I worked with oil glazes to capture the brilliant light and colors of the island’s ocean and flora. I was blessed […]

Let YourSelf See

Let YourSelf See

By Brynne Betz The market hummed with activity that morning. A lone piece of gravel crunched under my foot but I didn’t notice. My senses were too busy with the scent of sugar-fried dough, nurse the pleas of vendors, the vats of boiling grease, the kind warmth of my beloved Mexican sun. I bought a […]