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Exhibit designed to shift view of harems — Photographs at Cal Lutheran explore Arab female identity

Exhibit designed to shift view of harems — Photographs at Cal Lutheran explore Arab female identity

Second Annual Vintage Art Fair: Art and Photography – August 20th

Second Annual Vintage Art Fair: Art and Photography – August 20th

Using photography to explore Downtown Oxnard

Using photography to explore Downtown Oxnard

Instructor: Professor Larry Lytle Two Day Workshop Sat. & Sun July 9 & 10 1- 3:30 pm $30 / $25 CAM members Join your guide Gary Blum and photographer Larry Lytle in an historical and photographic tour of downtown Oxnard. After the tour, Lytle will take the class around the city center to photograph its […]

Oakheart Country Music Festival — Some Good Old Fun!

Oakheart Country Music Festival  — Some Good Old Fun!

In case you missed last week’s, Oakheart 2016  here’s your opportunity to get a taste of this local country musical festival held in Thousand Oaks, California on June 4th.  We are invited to the party through photographer Marc Langsam’s work.  Langsam is our resident eagle eyed artist with a camera.  . National Anthem . Hannah […]

Local Artist turns from painting to photography after stricken with rare disease — A Pictorial of Grace

Local Artist turns from painting to photography after stricken with rare disease  — A Pictorial of Grace

By Elizabeth Cheever While living on the island of Kaua’i for eight years, I was blessed to be able to pursue my childhood dream to become an artist. During the middle to late eighties I worked with oil glazes to capture the brilliant light and colors of the island’s ocean and flora. I was blessed […]

A photo journey through the Grand Canyon

A photo journey through the Grand Canyon

Editor’s note Paul Burich is a retired businessman.  This is the first in his photo essay of one of our national treasures: The Grand Canyon – Part Two From the National Park Service Site: Grand Canyon The Grand Canyon of the Colorado River is a world-renowned showplace of geology. Geologic studies in the park began […]

A photo journey through the Grand Canyon

A photo journey through the Grand Canyon

Editor’s note Paul Burich is a retired businessman.  This is the first in his photo essay of one of our national treasures: The Grand Canyon – Part One   From the National Park Service Site: Grand Canyon Introduction to Grand Canyon National Park Nearly five million people each year see the 1 mile deep (1.6 […]

When the Autumn Falls–Welcoming the Season

When the Autumn Falls–Welcoming the Season

From the photographer Tom Baldwin: It’s fall again, and the mountains are at their prettiest. but it is cooling fast now and the leaves are not just changing but dropping. Soon the limbs with be bare. In fact, we had our first snow of the season last night at the higher elevations at around 10,000 […]

Bali: Outward Bound: Dispatch One

Bali: Outward Bound: Dispatch One

By David Pu’u Editor’s note: Local and worldwide famous Ventura photographer, surfer and ocean-lover David Pu’u is on a business with pleasure trip to Bali and is sending us “dispatches” to relay to you, our readers …. It was strange leaving California in the midst of a heat wave and unique Ocean and shooting conditions, […]

Santa Paula–Vintage Art Fair: Fine Art and Photography–August 22nd

Santa Paula–Vintage Art Fair: Fine Art and Photography–August 22nd
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