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Carmichael-based Sacramento Fine Arts to present the best of the best local artwork with Magnum Opus XXVI

A national juried art exhibit showing original art, sculpture, photography, painting aptly called “Magnum Opus XXVI” and is Sacramento Fine Arts Center’s annual open show, judged this year by the highly popular and much acclaimed ceramics professor at American River

Christmas lights in the Pocket

Twas a dark and stormy night in the Pocket, but the lights were still on. So many, in fact, it was quite a show and a good night to take photographs. We’ve included the addresses to correspond to the displays


Let’s just call it the Underground Music Club. To me, there’s something exciting about an underground venue that only a few folks know about. There’s a loft, which is above a closed down business in Land Park, that is being

Land Park area gallery now open

Making artwork in several different media over the past 15 years and earning a Master’s Degree in Fine Arts has taught Bridget Lewis a variety of technical skills in several areas be it ceramics, photography, wood or metal. But her

St. Francis teacher takes lessons from tragedy

St. Francis High School junior Bianca Quirz had no idea she loved photography until she had the opportunity to take a class this past school year. She says Kathy Carlisle – the school’s visual arts instructor for photography, painting and

Art photography of Stephen Crowley, Oct. 3 – Nov. 5

When Stephen Crowley left a lucrative career in software sales in the Bay Area in 2006, he knew he was ready for something that would bring more joy and meaning to his life. The dog-eat-dog world of Silicon Valley, frankly,

Unique gifts, local economic stimulus at St. Mary Fine Art & Craft Show Nov. 6

Don’t let your holiday gift shopping go ’til the last minute. Shop and support your local artisans at the 5th annual St Mary Fine Art & Craft Show on Saturday, Nov. 6 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. In addition

A change of scenery: From lawyer to artist

“I never got to appreciate what I saw before.” That is how Carmichael resident and photographer Richard Turner sums up his life before photography. It’s not that he never went anywhere interesting; he detailed a seven-day span in which he

Have camera, will travel: An artistic eye

Like many children, Jay Canter was given something to do with his curious and potentially destructive hands. Unlike most of them, however, Canter developed an infatuation that continues to grow to this day. At age six or seven, Canter was