| Jul 28, 2010
Picture frames were created centuries ago and were often made from a single piece of wood.
Over time, frames became as ornate as the art itself, and today, like much of the world, they've gone high-tech.
Digital frames allow users to download images...
| Jan 12, 2011
The Burbank Creative Arts Center Gallery kicked off 2011 by presenting "Outdoor Nudes, Classic Landscapes, Old Wood — An Exhibition of Black and White Photography by Neal Johnston." The exhibition's opening-night reception saw local supporters of...
| Jan 14, 2011
| 9:38 PM
A lifetime passion for photography and chronicling of America's changing landscapes has resulted in a phenomenal collection of black-and-white photographs, taken by Neal Johnston with a classic large format camera. His work is on display at the Creative...
| Jan 30, 2011
When we are given the opportunity to express ourselves through words, pictures, music, dance or any other form of artistic expression, we don't just grow artistically and intellectually, we also learn to analyze our thoughts, feelings and ideas. We gain a...
| Oct 11, 2011
| 11:31 AM
Tammy Abbott was cool. Our paths crossed regularly at community events, and she was always good company (“Photographer Tammy Abbott loses battle with cancer,” Sept. 20).
I can still see her scrambling about, draped in camera equipment that...
| Oct 18, 2013
| 5:18 PM
For a certain brand of young musician, a revolution came in the form of a movie called “Drive.” The stylish 2011 thriller starring Ryan Gosling wasn't a huge hit, but its brooding, '80s-inspired electronic score touched a nerve with a new...
| Apr 1, 2012
The 10th annual 168 Film Festival concluded two days of screenings of short films at Glendale's Alex Theatre with a Saturday night awards ceremony. The festival is focused entirely on films 11 minutes or shorter that tell contemporary stories based on...
| Aug 31, 2012
| 10:47 AM
TAMPA, Fla. – Though Tuesday was a day filled with frustrations – filled with clueless guards and curt hall monitors – I solved the photo floor pass mystery Wednesday.
It didn’t start looking like that was going to happen. I...
| Mar 23, 2013
| 11:03 AM
Back in 1977, Dennis Reed read something that intrigued him: There once had been a vibrant society of Japanese American photographers, including first-rate modernists, but with the advent of World War II and U.S. internment camps, all of their work had...
| Jun 10, 2012
The old master spent his winter months at the Chateau Marmont, sitting beneath the palms, the white canopies and its distinctively European tower on the Sunset Strip. Photographer Helmut Newton was as recognizable there as his famous subjects, dining on...
| Jun 11, 2012
| 4:09 PM
One of the more hidebound notions about American art is that modern art photography was strictly an East Coast phenomenon, and that Los Angeles represented a cultural backwater. Last fall's publication of “Artful Lives,” Beth Gates Warren's...
| Feb 27, 2013
| 8:27 PM
The creative talents of a junior high poet, a high school photographer and an elementary school composer are taking the students to the state level of the annual PTA Reflections competition.
The three are Noah Trong, a La Caņada Elementary School fourth-...