Friday, February 19, 2016

Photos from the Armory Art Show

The EngAGE art exhibition entitled “It’s Never Too Late to Create!” at the Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena opened with a lovely reception on January 16th and closed this past weekend. The show featured work by eight residents of Burbank Senior Artists Colony and North Hollywood Senior Arts Colony, plus curators Maureen Kellen-Taylor (EngAGE C.O.O.) and me (EngAGE Websites/Social Media Manager). Click here to see the complete list of artists and read their bios. I hope you had a chance to stop by!

The Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena. (Photo: Tyrone Polk)

Ready for the reception. (Photo: John Semper Jr.)

(Photo: John Semper Jr.)

(Photo: John Semper Jr.)

Artist Alvin Fels with gallery visitors. (Photo: Tyrone Polk)

Artist Alvin Fels in front of one of his paintings, along with his son and gallery
visitor Andre Miripolsky, a well-known Los Angeles artist and good friend.
(Photo: Tyrone Polk)

Artist/curator Maureen Kellen-Taylor in front of her work,
with her daughter, Samantha Vargas. (Photo: Tyrone Polk)

Me, in front of my paintings, with my partner, Experience Talks producer/host
John Semper Jr. (left), and EngAGE CFO Ken Tambe. (Photo: Tyrone Polk)