Long Beach photographer
Bristlecone Pines – Photo from Wikipedia
Barely over 200 miles from Los Angeles, in California’s White Mountains grow the two oldest known trees in the world. There’s Methuselah, at 4,845-years of age, the junior of the two.
Paiwan tribe: The women marked the backs of their hands in accordance with their social status and mastery of weaving. Copyright ©2013 Danee Hazama
The Pacific Island Ethnic Art Museum (PIEAM) will hold the first North America exhibit opening of “Out of Taiwan: Shared Connections in the Pacific” photographs by internationally renowned photographer Danee Hazama of Tahiti on October 26, 2013.
Photo by Brian Skerry
National Geographic nature photographer Brian Skerry exhibits his Ocean Soul collection at the Aquarium of the Pacific beginning December 1, 2012. Skerry’s images capture once-in-a-lifetime moments with marine life, from a diver happening upon a gargantuan whale at the sea floor to a tiny fish looking out from inside a discarded soda can.
The 7th Annual Los Angeles Travel & Adventure Show™, the largest travel show in the West, will take place January 14th and 15th, 2012 at the Long Beach Convention Center. The event will make Long Beach the ultimate destination for those passionate about jet-set vacations, epic journeys and rejuvenating road trips.
Black and White Art Show, Linus Art Gallery
Linus Galleries of Southern California will have an open reception on December 9, 2011 from 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at their Long Beach/Signal Hill art gallery. The theme of the art show is “Black and White,” presenting not just photography, but all two-dimensional monochromatic artwork.
Internationally renowned for her evocative, stunning and colorfully saturated images of indigenous people around the world, photographer Lisa Kristine has donated artwork to be sold October 1, 2011 during a silent auction at the Education Within Arms Reach fundraiser in Long Beach.
The popular event, Dog Days, by Linnea Lenkus Fine Art Portrait Studios, is back and available to all dog lovers and their furry friends. This is a photography session where proceeds are given to local animal shelters to maintain programs that provide for animals, while educating local communities on the correct ways to care for your pets in the hopes of diminishing euthanization.
On a cloudy fall day in New York City photographer Yasmin Etemadi noticed a large red pick-up truck parked on the street. The sticker on the rear bumper read: “Special Issue, USA, Permit No. 091101, Terrorist Hunting Permit, No Bag Limit, and Tagging Not Required”.
Councilwoman Gerrie Schipske and Edith Shain in front of Time Square Kiss Photo
You can celebrate like it was the end of World War II all over again, Sunday, August 14, 2011, when Johnny Kleker and the Big Band plays the swinging sounds of those bygone days and you can dance the evening away at El Dorado Community Center.
Friends of Colorado Lagoon (FOCL) is proud to present the 3rd annual Acoustic Tidal Artwalk to be held on Saturday July 16, from noon to 10 p.m. Created and Directed by Some Things Creative, this free event will be a special evening celebrating art, music, Nature, education and the Long Beach community.