Art Landy’s painting, 𝘛𝘩𝘦 𝘙𝘦𝘥 𝘊𝘢𝘳, receives first place in water colors. “The Red Car” creator must have hunted diligently through all California to find the ugliest combination of hill, houses, fence and vegetation, and then stuck a sadly drawn electric car with a gigantic power pole thrust up its middle smack in the center of the hill of horrors…”
Click on the Pluto’s Blue Note image to watch this wonderful cartoon. The backgrounds were created by Art Landy.
The Whittier Art Gallery provides its first Jr. Art Exhibit, December 5 through January 2 of 1948. It was a
competitive exhibit of student artwork from the Whittier City Schools.
Art Landy and other prominent Southern California artists will be teaching art classes for children free of charge. More than 400 children are signed up for the art classes.
Milford Zornes serves on the jury of awards for the Whittier Art Gallery’s Spring Artist Member’s show. Also on the jury are F. Tolles Chamberlain and Mrs. Wm. Higbee. Judges for Whittier Art Association competitive exhibits were non-member professional artists.
Milford Zornes and Art Landy exhibit with the Artists Guild of Southern California at the Whittier Art Gallery.
Milford Zornes and Art Landy enjoyed a long friendship and years of plein air painting together. This photo was probably taken in the mid to late 1940’s when Milford was teaching at Otis Art Institute.