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  • Different paths lead to artistic union

    Different paths lead to artistic union
    He still remembers Georgia O'Keeffe on roller skates. Growing up as a painter's son in a small New Mexico town, Peter Sarkisian got a firsthand view of many of the art scene's luminaries — including the times when they set aside the brush and played...
  • Mailbag: Let's fix canyon road before more lives lost

    I know many hearts are broken over the loss of Laguna College of Art + Design student Nina Fitzpatrick, a pedestrian who died after being hit by a car in a crosswalk. But sympathy, while heartfelt, is little consolation for her friends and family. I wish...
  • L.A. artist Betye Saar wins art colony medal, joining elite club

    L.A. artist Betye Saar wins art colony medal, joining elite club
    Los Angeles artist Betye Saar has won the 2014 Edward MacDowell Medal, a lifetime achievement award given by America’s oldest artists’ colony, joining an elite roster of honorees dating back to 1960. She’ll receive her award Aug. 10 in...
  • Public art project 'Coachella Walls' unites muralists

    Public art project 'Coachella Walls' unites muralists
    Some of the most colorful art at Coachella this year will be on view outside the music and arts festival. An ambitious public mural project, the first “Coachella Walls,” is underway in downtown Coachella's Pueblo Viejo District. The project,...
  • Coachella 2014: Phillip K. Smith's 'Reflection Field' lights desert

     Coachella 2014: Phillip K. Smith's 'Reflection Field' lights desert
    INDIO, Calif. — In the sprawl of desert scrub brush and freeway ramps that is this industrial part of Indio, the sun burns brightly in a barren office park. Light and shadows flash off the scorched asphalt, and the landscape is a spare palette of...
  • Artists' Gallery celebrates the season with spring exhibit

    Nobody will argue with the exclamation point in the timely exhibit that's titled "Artists' Gallery Welcomes Spring!" Not every artwork in this group show has spring in mind, but there are plenty of seasonally themed pieces to carry that mood as if on a...
  • Students' works recognized at Youth Art Expo

    Students' works recognized at Youth Art Expo
    Roughly 20 Burbank students were recognized for their artistic talents this week as part of the annual Youth Art Expo, which featured the drawings, sketches and sculptures of more than 200 students. The program, which was organized by the park,...
  • Gregory White Smith dies at 62; co-wrote Jackson Pollock biography

    Gregory White Smith, a Harvard-trained lawyer, businessman, philanthropist and Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer who raised hackles in the art world with an intensely psychological examination of the life and work of Jackson Pollock, has died. He was 62....
  • Colonial Williamsburg exhibit demonstrates unexpected richness of Southern furnishings

    When Colonial Williamsburg staged its first Antiques Forum in 1949, it hoped the art historians, antique dealers and antique collectors who gathered from across the country would leave the pioneering event feeling enlightened. Instead, the remarks...
  • Business profile: Sheridan Road Gallery

    Business profile: Sheridan Road Gallery
    Name: Diane L. Nelson Name of business: Sheridan Road Gallery Describe what you sell: Original paintings, fine art prints, and commissions on canvas for homes and offices. What sets you apart from similar businesses? Most fine art galleries...
  • Shigeru Ban: Aspen Art Museum is a first for Pritzker Prize-winner

    Shigeru Ban: Aspen Art Museum is a first for Pritzker Prize-winner
    Shigeru Ban, the Japanese architect who is the recipient of the 2014 Pritzker Prize, has never had his name attached to a permanent art museum in the U.S. in his three-decade-long career. But that will change in August when his new building for the...