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Martinez soon became a member of the CAC, probably at that meeting. with the CAC in 1938.) (B, joined July 1932) (H) (M) An Associate Member of the short-lived Painters’ Club of Los Angeles, Matern joined the CAC as an Associate Member at their second monthly meeting on February 5, 1910 at Franz Bischoff’s house in South Pasadena. An Honorary Artist, Matson lived in South Pasadena. 27, 1910; Antony Anderson, Art and Artists, Los Angeles Times, Dec.(LAT) (PCLA Minutes – elected to membership sometime prior to Dec. 28, 1913; Los Angeles Times, April 5, 1914) (LAT)A student with W. Chase; she was active in Santa Ana, taught at UC, and after 1924 she managed an orange ranch.Lao studied under Theodore Lukits in the 1980s along with his brother Vito, Peter Adams, Arny Karl, Tim Solliday, Bridget Duffy and Kalan Brunink. CAC Exhibitions: 5th Annual (1914); 6th Annual, First Traveling Exhibit (1915); 7th Annual, CAC Exhibition at The Friday Morning Club, Second Traveling Exhibit (1916); 8th Annual, Spring Exhibition (1917); Spring Exhibition (1918); 10th Annual, Spring Exhibition (1919); 11th Annual (1920); 12th Annual, An Exhibition of the California Art Club of Los Angeles (1921); 13th Annual (1922); (Second? CAC Exhibitions: 1st Annual (1911); 13th Annual (1922).Lao worked as a journeyman scenic artist in the Local 800 Art Director’s Guild. he established a studio-home in the Lyceum Theatre on Spring Street. He was also commissioned by the King of Norway (Lauritz’s native land) to do a painting for the royal palace. with the CAC 1920-25, CAC Annuals.) (H) (M) (A) Honorary Artist, lived in Los Angeles. ) Building Fund Exhibition (late 1922); 14th Annual (1923); 15th Annual (1924); 17th Annual (1926); 18th Annual (1927); 19th Annual (1928); 21st Annual (1930); 22nd Annual (1931); 23rd Annual (1932 – exhibitor & Jury of Selection and Award); 24th Annual (1933); 25th Annual (1934 – didn’t exhibit but served on the Jury of Selection and Awards for Painting); 26th Annual (1935 – exhibitor & Jury of Selection and Award); 27th Annual (1936); 28th Annnual (1937 – exhibitor & Jury of Selection and Award); 29th Annual (1938); Ebell Salon of Art (1943); Exhibition & Sale of Paintings by Members of the Noted California Art Club (Bloomingdale’s NYC, 1944); Joint Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture by the CAC and Women Painters of the West (1947). He demonstrated often at CAC meetings and exhibited in the Annual Gold Medals. (LAT) (H) (M) Studying at Otis and with Mac Donald-Wright, he settled in Los Angeles in 1922 where he worked and exhibited his sculptures.CAC Exhibitions: 1st Annual (1911); Building Fund Exhibition (1922). with the CAC 1914-16, 1920-24, 1926-28, 1931.) (H) (M)Member, lived in Santa Monica and attended Otis Art Institute for several years.Known primarily for seascapes, her work hangs (or was hung) in the Finnish Embassy in Washington D. (letter), he was one of David Alfaro Siqueiros’ instructors. County Museum’s Art Committee (beginning 1913) with Mrs.
In 1961 he settled with his family in Alpine, CA where he taught for 30 years. Lovins first appears with the CAC in their 3rd Annual Exhibition. She studied at London’s Royal School and under Whistler in Paris.He built a house and studio on the Arroyo Seco in Pasadena and also maintained a studio in the Blanchard Building.In 1913 he founded the Stickney Memorial School of Fine Arts in Pasadena.He first appears with the CAC in their 1st Annual Exhibit. CAC Exhibitions: 1st Annual (1911), 3rd Annual (1912). Fled the German army to study in Paris; later studied/taught with Frank Brangwyn at his school in London.Mannheim first appears with the CAC in their 1st Annual Exhibit (1911).