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NEWS
April 21, 1991
Will Charlton Heston please put on his Mosaic garments (from "The Ten Commandments"), and on behalf of Nancy, Ronnie and Frankie, call for a miracle--a rain of frogs, flies, boils and locusts upon Kitty Kelley and all the stores that sell her new book. SOL MILLER Westchester
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 15, 1987 | TRACEY KAPLAN, Times Staff Writer
Isabel Piczek is familiar with every detail of Pope John Paul II's face. And she knows things about Father Junipero Serra that you wouldn't find in an average encyclopedia. For weeks, Piczek closely studied a photograph of the Pope's face and read exhaustively about the founder of the first nine California missions, noting his small stature and lame leg.
TRAVEL
May 11, 1986
I was pleased to read the Grimms' article on La Quinta April 27, with the focus and photo of St. Francis of Assisi Church. The church is an ambitious project built upon the energies of its pastor, Father Peter Brennan, who helped create an organic edifice with ongoing artwork. Beyond the painted murals, marble and stained glass are the mosaic murals depicting saints and biblical scenes fabricated in Italian glass tesserae. The murals are my work, a liturgical artist and designer. The murals were completed nearly two years ago, with the prospect of continuation of mosaics for the main apse.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 5, 2008 | Liesl Bradner
How DOES the Los Angeles County Arboretum's garden grow? Very artfully, thanks to the launch of its Art in the Garden Initiative. The Arcadia institution is hoping to bring in new audiences with works that interpret nature, such as environmental artist Patrick Dougherty's eerie "Catawampus" sculptures unveiled this year. Made entirely of sticks, saplings and other organic materials woven together, the willowy, haystack-like pieces stand more than 15 feet high. Kids and parents are encouraged to stroll through and climb the installation, which is temporary -- after all, it will eventually disintegrate on its own. In a more permanent vein, glass artist Leigh Adams' "Serpent Trail" invites visitors to wander along its winding quarter-mile path, which is inlaid with glass mosaic tiles.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 20, 2008 | From Reuters
ROME -- An ancient mosaic of a dark-haired boy and a fresco from Pompeii were among more than 400 looted archaeological treasures Italian police put on show Tuesday that had been recovered during a three-year hunt across Europe. The artifacts, including delicate Etruscan goblets and large Greek vases, were illegally dug up and spirited out of Italy decades ago, many of them assumed to be lost forever.
MAGAZINE
January 21, 2001
Artist William Attaway is applying tiles to his "Grunion Run" mosaic at the restrooms by the new basketball court along the Venice boardwalk. The City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks commissioned Attaway to work on the mosaic and a nearby 20-foot ceramic column Attaway calls "Cultural Currents." Both were officially opened Jan. 11. * "So anyway, I'm cross-culturing my incantations here . . .
ENTERTAINMENT
November 6, 1987 | CATHY CURTIS
Good collage is devastatingly subtle, but artists have a way of loading up on bric-a-brac until the images in their works cancel each other out. When Mary Schairer overdoes it, her stuff takes on the air of a lunatic art history slide exam, with pyramids to Picasso fragments intercut by quick views of landscapes and highways, animals and architectural details.
HOME & GARDEN
September 13, 2008 | David A. Keeps, Times Staff Writer
AT 22, Pierre Andre Senizergues moved from the suburbs of Paris to skateboarding's Valhalla: Venice Beach. "I was living in a Ford Econoline van for the first six months," he says, adding that his next home was a Manhattan Beach surf shack where he paid $50 a month to crash behind a sofa. That was long before Senizergues turned pro, became world champion, traveled the international circuit and founded Etnies, the footwear and apparel giant that logs $200 million in annual sales with its sister brands.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 14, 1994 | LESLEY WRIGHT
The pile of children's posters that came to Esther Dendel's crafts studio four years ago could have aged on parents' refrigerators and been relegated to some dusty box. Instead, 23 of those works have been meticulously re-created in fabric by the 18 women of Dendel's quilting circle. The final product--which was stored at the Orange Central Library until funds could be found to buy a frame--was unveiled for the City Council on Tuesday before it was hung in the children's section of the library.
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