Visual Arts
Three Art Openings at The Armory Center for the Arts

On Saturday, November 1 the Armory Center for the Arts will be opening three new exhibits: Expanding on an expansive subject, Part 3: John Burtle, the Room is a Frame and/or An Accumulated Anthrome; Attunement; and Torbjörn Vejvi: Standing in one space looking into another. These exhibits will be on view through December 14, 2014. In Expanding on an expansive subject, John Burtle broadens the…

Bringing Your Pet to Life

Any pet owner will tell you that there are few things more important than their little furry (or scaly, or feathered, or hooved) friend. There are many pet owners who will admit to having more…

Painting of Pasadena’s Iconic Parrots by David Sikes Named “Museum Purchase Prize” Winner

David Sikes with winning painting of Pasadena's Parrots. Photo credit Joanne Wilborn Karen Yee with her award-winning painting Phoenix Crown. Photo credit Joanne Wilborn An oil painting depicting Pasadena’s iconic feathered friends soaring above treetops…

The Huntington Enriches British Paintings Collection with “The Three Witches” by Fuseli

Henry Fuseli (1741–1825), The Three Witches or The Weird Sisters, ca. 1782. Oil on canvas, 24 ¾ x 30 ¼ in. The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens. The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and…

Offramp Gallery Presents “Quinton Bemiller: New Work”

Quinton Bemiller, Strike-Slip, 2014, acrylic on canvas over panel, 36" x 48". Photo courtesy Offramp Gallery Quinton Bemiller, Purple Rain, 2014, acrylic on canvas over panel, 36" x 24". Photo courtesy Offramp Gallery Offramp Gallery…

Saturday, November 01

Botanical Artist to Lead Drawing Workshop on Carnivorous Plants

Learn to accurately draw your favorite carnivorous plants during the “Botanical Watercolors” workshop at the Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens on Saturday, November…

Saturday, November 01

Altadena Library District Presents “Heaven & Earth”

Altadena Library District presents “Heaven & Earth,” Artwork by Painter Shannon LaBaw and Ceramic Artist Philippe Treuscorff. The exhibit features the work of local painter…

Saturday, November 08

Sunday: Halloween Comes Early with Mountain View Mausoleum’s Spooky Plays

What’s more spooky than to watch three classical horror plays right in a mausoleum and cemetery late in the evening? Unbound Productions will bring Halloween…

Sunday, November 09

USC Pacific Asia Museum: Monks to Create Sacred Sand Mandala

USC Pacific Asia Museum will host a delegation of monks from Karnataka, India, and the Drepung Gomang Institute to create a sand mandala in the…

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4,000-Year-Old Collections On View at USC Asia Museum Tour

Explore USC Pacific Asia Museum’s 15,000 pieces of collections spanning more than 4,000 years during a docent-led tour on Saturday, August 16, at 1:00 p.m. The docents will highlight some of the museum’s best collections from Persia to the Pacific Islands , and showcase galleries which include the Art of Pacific Asia, Japanese, Snukal Ceramics, Journeys: The Silk Road, South and Southeast Asian, Himalayan and Korean. Those who cannot attend Saturday’s tour can form a group of 10 to reserve a docent-led tour with advance notice of at least four weeks. Visitors can also enjoy docent-led tours without being part…

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