Welcome to the Mysterious World of Steampunk Art!

July 6, 2014 Art, Blog, Featured 4 Comments

      As an aspiring artist, I am always looking for new coffee shops, galleries, and other small businesses in…

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Interview with Internationally Acclaimed Pianist, Alessandro Vena

After having published my blog interview with renowned pianist, Jura Margulis I was delighted to receive an interview request from internationally…

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Interview with Artist Melissa Chandon

While at the 2011 L.A. Art Show, my attention was riveted by a collection of unique paintings featuring Americana icons such as…

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Interview with Internationally Acclaimed Concert Pianist, Jura Margulis

At a Classical Encounters home concert last year, I was blown away by the solo piano performances of virtuoso, Jura Margulis….

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2014 Student Art Showcase – A Big Success

May 13, 2014 Art, Blog, Uncategorized 0 Comments

Pastimes for a Lifetime’s Mother’s Day Weekend Student Art Showcase was a big success. Students ages 7 to 80+ exhibited their…

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Art History 101 – The Cape School of Art

March 27, 2014 Art, Blog 8 Comments

As a longtime admirer of the paintings and philosophies of French Impressionism, I had often wondered (1) when its techniques had…

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Tribute to Morten Lauridsen Concert

It was a pleasure and privilege to attend tonight’s concert, marking the 50th year of collaboration between the Los Angeles Master…

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Brunch and Watercolor Demonstration, CAL

California Art League Winter Brunch & Watercolor Demonstration

February 24, 2014 Art, Blog, Featured 0 Comments

The California Art League (CAL) is a wonderful group of individual artists that host art exhibitions, ongoing education and creative interaction…

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Interview with Fine Artist, Francis Livingston

I first had the pleasure of viewing artist Francis Livingston’s work when the L.A. Art Show was first held at the…

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Dave Brubeck’s Tribute to Piano Teachers

December 25, 2013 Blog, Featured, Piano 0 Comments

As a piano teacher, I spend a good deal of time sourcing unique and eclectic repertoire in addition to the standard…

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