Visual Arts
Windowed Storefront of Record Shop Transformed into Mesmerizing “Living Art” Exhibit

The windowed storefront corner of Canterbury Records has been transformed into a mesmerizing living art exhibit by Multi-media photographic and installation artist Christophe Piallat. “What Lies Inside, Stays Inside” is Pallet’s first solo exhibition that features sculptures that continue to grow and change as the artist creates new visual experiences every day. “I wanted to create an exhibit rooted in ephemerality. Everything inside the gallery…

Pasadena Now Section Editor, Photographer Debuts Work Alongside Chocolate Fountain

Art is about more than just creating beauty – it has the power to change people by providing a new perspective. Using photography as her medium, Veronica An, tells the story of life in Los…

After Decade-Long Court Proceedings, Judge Rules Norton Simon Museum is Legal Owner of Pair of $24 Million Masterpieces

Detail of Lucas Cranach the Elder's Eve (circa 1530). Image: Norton Simon Museum A U.S. District Court judge ruled this week that Pasadena’s Norton Simon Museum legally owns Lucas Cranach’s “Adam and Eve,” a pair…

Pasadena Museum of California Art Exhibit Captures California Coast Culture in the ‘Land of Sunshine’

Dennis Hare, The Cove (Monterey) [detail], 1982. Watercolor on paper, 22 x 30 inches. Mark and Jan Hilbert Collection The stunning vistas, lifestyles and industries that existed along the 840 miles of California coastline from…

Exhibition Revisits Photographs Edward Weston Made for Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass

Woodlawn Plantation House, Louisiana, 1941; Gelatin silver print - Photograph by Edward Weston. The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens ©1981 Center for Creative Photography, Arizona Board of Regents An exhibition opening this fall…

Visual Arts Events

Saturday, September 24 - 5:00 pm Art Fair in the Garden with the Pasadena Society of Artists

Friday, October 21 - 6:00 pm Art Night

Saturday, October 22 - 11:00 am 11th Annual ArtWalk

Friday, August 26

The Fantasy Artwork of Pasadena Village Member Karen Bagnard Opens on Display August 16

The Pasadena Village invites the public to the opening reception for the newest installation in its rotating exhibit of member artwork. The reception will be…

Sunday, August 28

“Woven” Explores the Minor Arts at the Sturt Haaga Gallery

  Cloth, baskets, containers, nets, fences, dwellings, even paper — all originated from fiber and plants. Human ingenuity has made the manipulation of plant materials even…

Sunday, August 28

Flying Horses and Mythical Beasts: The Magical World of Carousel Animals

This summer, Pasadena Museum of History invites the public to bask in the joyful ambiance of a quintessential childhood entertainment with a uniquely “touchable” exhibition,…

Saturday, September 03

New Art Show at the Laurie Hendricks Gallery in South Pasadena

“San Clemente Pier” Oil Painting by Laurie Hendricks The Laurie Hendricks Gallery presents Colors of Summer at 1504 Mission Street in South Pasadena. Their fourth…

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“Our Ocean’s Edge: A Photographic Journey of the California Coast” by Jasmine Swope

The South Pasadena Arts Council (SPARC) presents their next exhibition, “Our Ocean’s Edge” – Photographs by Jasmine Swope in the SPARC Gallery at the South Pasadena Chamber of Commerce on Mission Street. Jasmine Swope is a Serbian-born artist living in Santa Monica, CA. A graduate of the Brooks Institute of Photography in Ventura, CA, she specializes in large format black & white photographs of the natural environment. In both her art and her spirit, she is a descendant of 19th and 20th century photographic masters like Timothy O’Sullivan, Carleton Watkins, and Ansel Adams, who captured the American scene with an…

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