Suzanne Painter displays the painting she created in honor of
the people who died on Sept. 11, 2001.
Friday, September 9, 2011 2:03 pm
Watching the television screen on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001,
most Americans felt helpless. But Lodi area artists — whether it
was that day or in the weeks to come — took to their palettes and
drawing boards and put their hearts and tears on blank canvases to
show their patriotism, the vulnerability that was felt across
America and the grief that struck a nation.
Saturday, January 9, 2010 12:00 am
What started as a plan to find a painting studio for painter
Ronald Houck has turned into Lodi's newest fine art gallery, Studio
20, which opened this week at 20 Elm St. in Downtown Lodi. With its
bright, freshly painted walls, studio lighting, hardwood floors and
large window that allows natural light to flow in, Studio 20 will
show largely figurative and abstract art. Though Houck is the
resident artist, the gallery will also feature other Northern
Saturday, October 17, 2009 12:00 am
Some are paint splattered. Some are cluttered with piles of
blank canvases, inspiration boards and tiny boxes of shiny buttons
and beads. Others are tidy, the most organized room in the house.
Some are large. And some aren't. Some are converted bedrooms,
others are a corner under a carport.
Saturday, October 9, 2010 12:00 am
Sneak a peak behind the scenes when more than 20 artists show
their skills this weekend at the Lodi Open Studio Tours. Some
artists will open up their homes and personal studios to showcase
their jars of paintbrushes and works in progress. Others will
gather together and demonstrate how creativity transforms thoughts
into beautiful and functional pieces of art. Find out which of your
favorite local artists are showing and how you can see them in
Friday, October 7, 2011 8:21 am
If you want to know about artists, take a peek into their
workspaces. You can learn a lot from what covers the spaces — is it
messy with open bottles of acrylics or neat and organized? For
some, it’s where they draw inspiration — from tattered paper pinned
on a busy cork board to piles of beads in colors that, strangely,
work well together and create their own patterns. Some artists
spend a few hours in their studios, while others literally live and
sleep in them.
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