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Both Sides of the Lens

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20130927170301-judithherman_duetwithmacke
Duet with Macke © Judith Herman
20130927172301-smyth_the_committee_01
The Committee © Patrick Smyth
20130927172504-don_adkins_hb_vb_court_at_sunset
Court at Sunset © Don Adkins
20130927171201-rodin_s_chair
Rodin's Chair © Allan Conrad
20130927175610-earl_veits_reflections__machado_lake
Reflections Machado Lake © Earl Veits
20130927172838-4ariel_swartley_medicine_chest
Medicine Chest © Ariel Swartley
20130927170702-mckinniss_rain_in_venice__4
Rain in Venice #4 © Jim McKinniss
20130927174439-kotler_blueboy
Blue Boy © Jerry Kotler
20130927171810-magill_flatheads_forever_5x7_300dpi
Flatheads Forever
20130927173105-shibata_watchful_eye
Watchful Eye © Beth Shibata
20130927183311-joellepetitadkins_lost_dream
Lost Dream © Joelle Petit Adkins
20130927175344-karen_schuenemann_cape_buffalo
Cape Buffalo © Karen Schuenemann
20130927181333-wessel_west_branch_oak_creek_4_5x7_300_dpi
West Branch Oak Creek © John Wessel
20130927180929-gelb-mustard_weed_sunset
Mustard Sunset © George Gelb
20130927174843-pada_jweiss_houses_los_angeles1
Houses, Los Angeles 1 © Joyce Weiss
20130927175136-lawrencemanning_balcony
Balcony © Lawrence Manning
20130927180355-4beverlygates_bear_family_at_the_slough
Bear Family at the Slough © Beverly Gates
20130927174208-bardos_hot_creek_7x5_300dpi
Hot Creek © Jim Bardos
Both Sides of the Lens

1560 Manhattan Beach Blvd.
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
October 19th, 2013 - October 31st, 2013
Opening: October 19th, 2013 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.ci.manhattan-beach.ca.us/city...
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
beach cities/south bay
PHONE:  
(310) 802-5440
OPEN HOURS:  
WEDNESDAY-SATURDAY 1-5PM SUNDAY-TUESDAY & HOLIDAYS CLOSED
TAGS:  
realism, surrealism, digital, photography
COST:  
free

DESCRIPTION

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.