Buena Park California Museums

The city of Buena Park is proud to present an exhibition of exhibits from the California Museum of Natural History and the Los Angeles County Historical Society. This is the first in a two-part series of exhibitions presented in partnership with the Santa Monica Museum and the Library of California History as part of the city's annual celebration of its 50th anniversary.

Designed for both emerging and established artists, this exhibition features works that celebrate the look, feel, and texture of California through visual art. Many of the works have been awarded, published in international magazines, shown at local and national exhibitions and lavished with prizes. A variety of art disciplines are represented, including dance, literature and theatre, but also photography, painting, sculpture, ceramics, printmaking and photography. This exhibition is intended to showcase the robust art program of the BIA Anaheim, which includes a wide range of arts and cultural activities in the city of Anaheim and the entire region.

This exhibition will run from October 1, 2014 to December 31, 2015 and will be on view at the BIA Anaheim Museum of Contemporary Art for the duration of the exhibition.

If you have any questions or need special accommodation to complete your submission, please contact the Fine Arts Department at 562-3867 or contact us directly. The tour is only possible by appointment and you must call the BIA Anaheim Museum of Contemporary Art at (714) 561-567-4200 to confirm the availability of the tour. For more information about the exhibition, please contact our Department of Culture and Fine Arts by contacting the Department of Culture and Fine Arts or by calling the Anaheim Art Gallery: 563 - 766 - 3200.

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Jack Azua is a professional art photographer specialized in capturing the natural beauty of the Sierra Nevada and the landscapes of the Pacific Northwest. His diverse work is on display at the Anaheim Museum of Contemporary Art, along with a collection of his other works. The current collection includes sweeping panoramas and timeless portraits that show his deep appreciation for nature, with a focus on the Sierra Nevada.

The exhibition has been on view at the Anaheim Museum of Contemporary Art for two years and is currently on view at the Museum Center for Contemporary Arts in Los Angeles. The exhibition will be on view until the end of the year and will also be on display in the summer months of 2015 and 2016. It will be on display in a new exhibition, "The Art of Jack Azua: The Pacific Northwest, "at the Art Center in Anaheim through June 30, 2016.

The OC invites the community to the opening reception, which will take place on Saturday, June 26, at 7 p.m. at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Anaheim.

This interactive exhibition provides a physical space where visitors can explore the origins of the case and how its legacy inspires others to make a difference. The exhibition includes lecturer-led tours of the museum's galleries and interactive exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. Human Stories follows the narrative journey of a man through the history of human rights and civil rights activism.

The show is dedicated to the theme of peace and features artworks by students from the United States and Korea. This exhibition features seventeen artists who were inspired by Kahlo because of her themes and fearless way of life.

This exhibition of two-person photographs features the work of Brooklyn-based photographer Inyoung Seoung, and her work is on display at CharmSexhibition as part of the Glendale GALA series. In her younger years she has exhibited her work nationally and internationally and has had a successful career as a freelance photographer in New York City and Los Angeles as well as in South Korea.

It is the largest wax museum in the United States and has for decades housed the largest collection of wax figures of Hollywood actors in Buena Park, California. The folding board set contains a wax figure modeled after Captain Jack Sparrow from the film "Clapperboards" (1937) as well as many other characters from other movies.

Allen Parkinson founded the museum on May 4, 1962 and sold it to the Six Flags Corporation in 1970. In 1984, however, the museum in Florida was closed due to a drop in visitors and sold to publisher Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. On April 1, 1985, Six Flags Corporation sold the Movieland Wax Museum in California to its parent company, the Walt Disney Company.

A prolific painter and leather artist, Shelton lived a modest life, creating striking images of the American West, drawing on his own personal experiences and those of his friends and family. His paintings of saddles and western clothing were collected worldwide by lovers of the saddle, including many actors from Hollywood's golden age. During the heyday of the museum, several actors and actresses were present and even went so far as to donate costumes in which their counterparts were worn, as well as sets that recreate famous film scenes. One of the most famous works of art in the Movieland Wax Museum collection is the painting "The Wild West Horseman," painted by Allen Parkinson for the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History in 1960.

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