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Manhattan Beach Art Center

Exhibition Detail
Both Sides of the Lens
1560 Manhattan Beach Blvd.
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266

October 19th, 2013 - October 31st, 2013
October 19th, 2013 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Duet with Macke, Judith HermanJudith Herman, Duet with Macke
© Judith Herman
The Committee, Patrick SmythPatrick Smyth, The Committee
© Patrick Smyth
Court at Sunset, Don AdkinsDon Adkins, Court at Sunset
© Don Adkins
Rodin\'s Chair, Allan ConradAllan Conrad, Rodin's Chair
© Allan Conrad
Reflections Machado Lake, Earl VeitsEarl Veits, Reflections Machado Lake
© Earl Veits
Medicine Chest, Ariel SwartleyAriel Swartley, Medicine Chest
© Ariel Swartley
Rain in Venice #4, Jim McKinnissJim McKinniss, Rain in Venice #4
© Jim McKinniss
Blue Boy, Jerry KotlerJerry Kotler, Blue Boy
© Jerry Kotler
Flatheads Forever, Doug MagillDoug Magill, Flatheads Forever
Watchful Eye, Beth ShibataBeth Shibata, Watchful Eye
© Beth Shibata
Lost Dream, Joelle Petit AdkinsJoelle Petit Adkins, Lost Dream
© Joelle Petit Adkins
Cape Buffalo, Karen SchuenemannKaren Schuenemann, Cape Buffalo
© Karen Schuenemann
West Branch Oak Creek, John WesselJohn Wessel, West Branch Oak Creek
© John Wessel
Mustard Sunset, George GelbGeorge Gelb, Mustard Sunset
© George Gelb
Houses, Los Angeles 1, Joyce WeissJoyce Weiss, Houses, Los Angeles 1
© Joyce Weiss
Balcony, Lawrence ManningLawrence Manning, Balcony
© Lawrence Manning
Bear Family at the Slough, Beverly GatesBeverly Gates, Bear Family at the Slough
© Beverly Gates
Hot Creek, Jim BardosJim Bardos, Hot Creek
© Jim Bardos
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beach cities/south bay
(310) 802-5440
photography, digital, surrealism, realism

In front of the lens, a leopard streaks across the Kenyan grass, paparazzi circle their prey in Beverly Hills, a forest shines through the walls of a summer home. Behind the lens, the artist captures a vision with the snap of a shutter or after long hours in the darkroom or digital lightroom.

For “Both Sides of the Lens,” each PADA artist, many of them award winners,  fills a Salon-style five foot by five foot space with photographic works on a personal theme— delicate sepia landscapes, the vivid streets of Havana, or places that exist only in the artist’s mind where sunsets are popsicle-colored, and contemporary people walk into classic paintings.

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