Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘Susan Futterman’


Pasadena Women Connect Across a Century

Pasadena Women Connect Across a Century
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I know, I know, I’ve been going on quite a bit about the three shows now on view at the Pasadena Museum of California Art. But that’s because they’re so freaking amazing. And I haven’t yet paid proper due to the one with the deepest roots here — Behold the Day: The Color Block Prints […]

PMCA Scores with a Triple Header

PMCA Scores with a Triple Header

A triple-exhibit opening at the Pasadena Museum of California Art is bringing one of the most appealing shows in years to town. The headline exhibit is devoted to the work of California painter Wayne Thiebaud, with a survey of more than 100 of his works, from his famed bakery paintings to lesser-known landscapes and still […]

Art Along the Arroyo

Art Along the Arroyo

If you’re still relying on your old edition of Hometown Pasadena, here’s just one example of why you need to upgrade to the 2009.2010 edition: A new piece by Susan Futterman exploring the roots of the artistic community that developed along the Arroyo Seco in the late nineteenth century. Look for an exhibit on Frances […]

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