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  • Plenty of colors on the green

    Plenty of colors on the green
    Members of the public are invited to pack the Aliso Creek Golf Course on Oct. 17. They'll just have to leave their golf clubs at home. For the first time, Aliso Creek Inn will host the 15th Annual Laguna Beach Plein Air Painting Invitational, which...
  • The Valley Line: Construction of float framework makes headway

    The Valley Line: Construction of float framework makes headway
    We are just rounding the corner of the second week of October and there's scarcely a colored leaf in sight. Last Sunday I was admiring the beautiful cirrus clouds that were lightly streaking across the sky and was amazed to a see a short but straight...
  • Wayne Thiebaud donates works to Laguna Art Museum

    Wayne Thiebaud donates works to Laguna Art Museum
    Artist Wayne Thiebaud has donated an oil painting and a group of six prints to the Laguna Art Museum in Orange County. The gift was made official on Saturday at a museum ceremony where Thiebaud was honored with the California Art Award in recognition of...
  • Getty Museum says Rembrandt self-portrait is cleared for export

    Getty Museum says Rembrandt self-portrait is cleared for export
    The Rembrandt self-portrait that the Getty Museum recently purchased for an estimated $25.1 million has been cleared by British authorities for export and is expected to arrive in Los Angeles within one to two weeks, according to Timothy Potts, director...
  • Lizzy Caplan considers the naked vulnerability of 'Masters of Sex'

    Lizzy Caplan considers the naked vulnerability of 'Masters of Sex'
    NEW YORK — Lizzy Caplan was a senior in high school when she first experienced the crushing disappointment that comes with life as an actress. "We did 'Much Ado About Nothing' and 'Romeo & Juliet.' And of course I wanted to be Juliet, but I got...
  • Simple images teem with weight and depth

    Simple images teem with weight and depth
    Early on in his years as a curious little boy, Brian Kreydatus discovered himself spending a lot of time studying the faces and figures of almost everybody he encountered. Short. Tall. Man. Woman. Young or old. And sometimes the impulse to look was so...
  • Review: Joe Sola's mega-amusing micro-art

    Review: Joe Sola's mega-amusing micro-art
    What is the opposite of a blockbuster exhibition? The pomp-free micro-show inaugurating Tif Sigfrids' Hollywood gallery. It occupies a space roughly the size of a hazelnut. It takes but a nanosecond to see. This anti-spectacle is the work of Joe Sola,...
  • Fresh air shouldn't be only outdoors

    Fresh air shouldn't be only outdoors
    Most people spend more than 50% of their time indoors, so it is important to pay attention to the quality of the air in your home. And that means more than installing a few carbon monoxide detectors or testing for radon. Mold can cause severe health...
  • Celebrating the birthplace of Baltimore's screen painting art

    Celebrating the birthplace of Baltimore's screen painting art
    It was the summer of 1913 and the vegetables William Oktavec positioned outside his grocery store on North Collington Avenue were wilting in the sun. Trained as a butcher, but an artist at heart, the young man who had immigrated with his father from...
  • reFramed: In conversation with John Chervinsky

     
    John Chervinsky is a self-taught photographer and an engineer working in the field of applied physics. Since it first opened at the Griffin Museum of Photography in 2005, his "Experiment in Perspective" series has been traveling the country, including...
  • Finders keepers: Steve Sticht's Art Scavenger Hunt is as decadent as ever

    Finders keepers: Steve Sticht's Art Scavenger Hunt is as decadent as ever
    Photo of Steve Sticht by Beth Black It’s a chilly November night at Maguires Hill 16, and Steve Sticht is hauling ass across a rain-soaked parking lot.┬áIn Sticht’s wake, pounding the pavement at a furious clip, the Irish pub’s...