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Imitating Life: St. Anthony senior indulging in newfound love of art

June 6th, 2014 · No Comments · Imitating Life

St. Anthony High School senior Megan Anderson took her first art course just this year, but she said she already loves it “more than traditional homework.” When it comes to her artwork, she is a self-described perfectionist, especially when working with outlines and paintings. For the last four years, she has been a member of […]

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Imitating Life: Posing questions to local artist Danelle Wulc

May 30th, 2014 · No Comments · Imitating Life

Cory Bilicko Managing Editor If you happen to read this column each week, you may already know that I’m assembling a group of artists for a late-summer art show I’m curating at Greenly Art Space in Signal Hill. Many of the artists I’ve invited to partake are folks I already knew, including some I’d already […]

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Photographer captures the essence of her ‘ZenMind’

May 23rd, 2014 · 1 Comment · Imitating Life

Ashley Fowler Staff Writer When photographer Valeria Pereira-Howell walked into It’s a Grind in Signal Hill, I was immediately taken aback by her smile. It wasn’t her perfect teeth, though she’s worked as a dentist for more than 20 years. Her smile struck me to be so much like her photos, warm and full of […]

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From Cramps to Cadillac Tramps
LB photographer focuses in on giving exposure to obscure punk bands

May 16th, 2014 · No Comments · Imitating Life

Cory Bilicko Staff Writer Recently, I received a letter here at the office that was handwritten on purple construction paper. (In this age of digital communication, that’s one way to grab my attention.) The snail-mailed note was from a Kirk Dominguez, who’d written, “Yo, Cory Bilicko. Check it out, man. I’ve got a bunch of […]

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St. Anthony High art students unmask their creativity

May 9th, 2014 · No Comments · Imitating Life

The art department of St. Anthony High School, 620 Olive Ave., is this month focusing its creative energies on papier-mâche masks. “The students went above and beyond while completing this assignment,” said Patty Steponovich, chair of the school’s fine arts department. “They produced an array of individual masks as unique as the students themselves.”

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