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Monday, October 31, 2016

Altadena’s ‘Wildwood Park’ Opens for Art and Fine Craft Show

For one day only, rain or shine, 38 working artists and students of Pasadena High Schools’ Graphic Communications Academy called CAMAD (Creative Arts, Media and Design) will exhibit work at Art on Palm, Saturday, December 10, 2016; 9:30 a.m.–4:00 p.m. in secluded and storied Wildwood Park at 1421 E. Palm Street, in Altadena.

The juried event features original works in ceramics, collage, glass, leather, metals, mixed media, photography, papier-Mache, pastels, pencil, textiles, watercolors, and exotic woods. Exhibitors include returning artists: Annie Aldrich, Catherine and Ovie Cowles, Evan Chambers, Ellen Dinerman, Sandra Encinas, Raquel Escobar, Zazu Faure, Beverly Jones, Barbara B. Lamb, Ron Lawrenz, Susan Loraine Kromka, Randy Meaney, Katherine Nakazono, JoAnn Page, Jolana Pineda, Detre Prete, Lucia Pasquinelli, Rone Prinz, Kathy W. Spear, Kathleen Swaydan, Nancy Unruh, Peter Vasquez, Jr., Anna Vosburg, Louise Wannier, Lys Wilcox, Stephen Woodruff and students of Pasadena High School’s CAMAD: Jonathan Garcia, Leeann Leonard, Joseph Mahroukian, Nalani Rios, Lilian Rodriguez, and Mark Solis.

First-time exhibitors to Art on Palm are: Anya SF, Tom and Debbie Borusky, Celeste De Coudres, Nohline L’Ecuyer, Dana Sue Miller, Vecani Perez, Lynda Pyka, Tina Riggs, Kathleen Robison, Carol Joyce Watanabe, and Roy David Williams.

On December 10, 2016, the artists will exhibit alongside two Craftsman homes renovated by Henry Greene. From 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m., the acoustic folk-rock band, BULLFISH, will bring music into the canyon.

Art on Palm has raised over $28,000 for non-profits and currently supports the CreativeArtsGroup. Founded in 1960, CAG provides quality art experiences and instruction in Sierra Madre’s public schools through ImagineArt, a program of art instruction for elementary school students of Sierra Madre. “Creative Arts is thrilled to partner with Art on Palm. We truly appreciate the artists and hosts of Art on Palm and all who support art in our community”, states Kristin Naran, Executive Director, Creative Arts Group.

 

 

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