Editor, There once was an artist name Louis Whoʼs project I fear makes me flu-ish. It ought to be small If any at all. So this whole thing I feel is quite foolish! Regumbah Connolly, Laguna Beach
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The title quote is in reference to a comment by an ill-informed neighbor trying to stir up negative controversy surrounding a proposed artist work-live complex in Laguna Canyon. I am writing to dispel the fear-inciting rhetoric that a few of the neighbors have about this project and myself. First of all, I am not […]
The Arts Commission is working quickly to award the commission for the city’s latest and unquestionably most poignant work of public art in order to speed its completion by the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. From 10 entrants who answered the call to compete for the unique opportunity of designing a memorial […]
By Rita Robinson | LB Indy Looking not quite as shredded as his bronze sculptures of rag-wrapped human forms, Louis Longi slumped over his notebook, jotting down points he wanted to make. His 800-square-foot cottage-studio, the seed of a $6-million, glass-fronted artists’ live-work colony, was nearly washed away by muddy waters that raged through Laguna […]
Townley and DeBilzan galleries opened their exhibition spaces to include works of art donated for SchoolPower’s annual dinner dance on Jan. 29. Featured artists include selected auction donors Brian Allan, Jacobus Baas, William DeBilzan, Jorge Fernandez, Amy Eidt Jackson, Christine Kunkel, Sherrie Larsen, Louis Longi, Lu Martin, Laurel Meister, Greg O’Loughlin, Deborah Paswaters, Marina Pavlovoch, […]
Latin Roots Influence New Exhibit at Demossa Gallery Demossa Gallery presents an exhibit of the works by Vincent Serritella and Gilbert Reyes, Jan. 7 to 24, with a reception for the artists from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. during First Thursdays Art Walk on Thursday, Jan. 7. Of Cuban-Italian American parents, Serritella was born in […]