SCAA announces student scholarship award winners
First-place winner of this year’s Santa Clarita Artists Association student scholarship awards is Isabella Lee for her charcoal piece, “Grandma’s Tea Set.” Courtesy photo

SCAA announces student scholarship award winners

Each year, the Santa Clarita Artists Association raises funds to provide scholarships to high school graduating senior art students in the Santa Clarita Valley, with plans to continue their education…

An SCV ‘Imagineer’ shares his inspiration
Walt Disney Imagineer Larry Nikolai has worked on many attractions around the world, but his favorite is The Little Mermaid~ Ariel's Undersea Adventure in Disney California Adventure Park. Cory Rubin/The Signal

An SCV ‘Imagineer’ shares his inspiration

Larry Nikolai, an artist and Disney Imagineer, had always been a fan of Disneyland, but seeing the park’s animatronic Abraham Lincoln captured his attention, while the later introduction of “Pirates of the Caribbean” cemented his fascination with animatronics.

OLPH Church hosts first art show
Kevin Kipper, Artist explains his multi-layered process to an attendee at the OLPH Art Show, Sunday, Oct. 20, 2019. Gilbert Bernal/The Signal

OLPH Church hosts first art show

Members of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church (OLPH) gathered after each mass on Sunday to marvel at the talents of the members of their church at their first art fair.

Celebrating art in Santa Clarita
Santa Clarita City Hall is located on the 23900 block of Valencia Blvd. File Photo

Celebrating art in Santa Clarita

Whether you are at your neighborhood library, City Hall or Westfield Valencia Town Center – you will no doubt notice the interesting, thought-provoking and beautiful art pieces that are on display.

Five ways to elevate your home decor through minimalism
Instead of filling every wall with pictures, choose just one accent wall, eliminating excessive decor elements around it. Let one work of art dominate that space, reducing any competition for attention.

Five ways to elevate your home decor through minimalism

The latest trends in home decor reveal a desire for a feeling of tranquility and calmness, perhaps as a response to today's overly busy and distracted lifestyles.

Yes I Can of Santa Clarita expands outreach
Bret Lieberman, Executive Director of YIC surrounded by art that has been produced by YIC artist. Gilbert BernalThe Signal

Yes I Can of Santa Clarita expands outreach

The Yes I Can, or YIC, organization, a nonprofit that looks to build a feeling of inclusion in the community, is scheduled to present a free music and art show…

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