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John Nava, Entrepreneurial Artist

John Nava, Entrepreneurial Artist

By Sheryl Hamlin Two minutes of John Nava’s gallery talk at the Santa Paula Art Museum on July 9, 2015 revealed just why he had been a tenured professor. Charming, engaging and devoid of hubris, Nava laces his talks with a sense of humor and many contemporary references from popular culture. And the packed, standing […]

Award Winning Author Shows New Talent in Painting

Award Winning Author Shows New Talent in Painting

PODS® containers line downtown as art galleries for ArtWalk Ventura, July 18-19

PODS® containers line downtown as art galleries for ArtWalk Ventura, July 18-19

PODS containers will be transformed into mini art exhibits that will connect local artists and galleries throughout the streets of Downtown and Ventura’s Westside Cultural District for Ventura’s signature event, ArtWalk. From July 18-19, the donation of PODS containers by local PODS franchise owner, Steve Yapp, will be on display for attendees to engage and […]

The Art of George Lockwood July 11 through October 11, 2015 at the Santa Paula Art Museum

The Art of George Lockwood July 11 through October 11, 2015 at the Santa Paula Art Museum

ArtWalk Ventura announces Michele Chapin as 2015 Artist of Distinction

ArtWalk Ventura announces Michele Chapin as 2015 Artist of Distinction

ArtWalk Ventura, an annual two-day tradition of Ventura’s thriving arts community, which returns for its 22nd year the weekend of July 18-19, has announced renowned sculptor and artist, Michele Chapin, as this year’s Artist of Distinction. Chapin is a working California artist and outspoken arts advocate of more than 30 years. She works as a […]

Santa Paula Art Museum: John Nava: Selected Paintings and Tapestries of John Nava

Santa Paula Art Museum: John Nava: Selected Paintings and Tapestries of John Nava

Albinger Museum in Ventura reopens June 6 with Children’s Celebration of the Arts exhibit

Albinger Museum in Ventura reopens June 6 with Children’s Celebration of the Arts exhibit

SPAM: Jamming Dixieland Blues on a Green Canvas

SPAM: Jamming Dixieland Blues on a Green Canvas

By Sheryl Hamlin Architectural Preservation and Adaptive Reuse The staid white façade of the Roy Wilson, vialis 40mg Sr. designed 1920’s building at 117 North Tenth Street in downtown Santa Paula gives no hint of the lush and often provocative works of art on display at the Santa Paula Art Museum (SPAM). Originally used as […]

Doctor grew up poor and made it big thinking outside the box

Doctor grew up poor and made it big thinking outside the box

By Debra Tash Doctor Robert Klapper was keynote speaker at the Thousand Oaks Republican Women’s Sunday brunch on April 12th at the Westlake Inn.  Doctor Klapper is chief orthopedic surgeon at Cedars Sinai Hospital as well as being an inventor and an artist. He grew up in Far Rockaway, a working class neighborhood in the […]

Making Waves: Save the Art Culture (S.T.A.C.)

Making Waves: Save the Art Culture (S.T.A.C.)

By Sahhar Tashakori In the world of art and its culture, there are people who see it being neglected. Many of them are artists who know  change has to happen to preserve what they love so deeply.  However, there aren’t enough who are willing to put forth the effort to ignite an interest for their […]