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brown tones, guatemalan textiles, mayan, slip on, flat shoes, ballet flats, handmade, handwoven

brown tones, guatemalan textiles, mayan, slip on, flat shoes, ballet flats, handmade, handwoven brown tones, guatemalan textiles, mayan, slip on, flat shoes, ballet flats, handmade, handwoven

brown tones, guatemalan textiles, mayan, slip on, flat shoes, ballet flats, handmade, handwoven

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Beck, of Lafayette, will show close-ups of the natural world, including intricate details of flowers, insects and birds, Lindsay has been creating hand-blown glass in Benicia for over 35 years, He draws inspiration from natural surroundings, such as the sea, trees, flowers brown tones, guatemalan textiles, mayan, slip on, flat shoes, ballet flats, handmade, handwoven and the desert, For more information, visit www.moragaartgallery.com or call 925-376-5407, The show will run through June 2, Ruble, a Moraga resident for 15 years, joined the Moraga Gallery in June 2010, She learned her oil painting techniques from several well known painters in the greater Bay Area, including Sue Barclay, Betty Fontes and Mark Jezierny..

Because “Singin’” relies heavily on black-and-white video sequences (to emulate the 1920s when movies were in black-and-white, and most didn’t yet have sound), this musical needs top-notch film sequences. That it has, thanks to Tracy Martin and Sean Kana. The video segments function seamlessly and add another dimension to the show. (People such as fight choreographer Joshua Marx and musical director Murphy play bit parts in the filmed sequences.). It’s unfortunate that many scene changes aren’t as seamless. It’s as if director Alex Perez wasn’t able to figure out a way to unify this musical (though perhaps things will smooth out after a few more performances).  Then, too, Kelly James Tighe’s set design doesn’t always jell, so that sometimes the stage looks as if it is “staged” rather than like a real room.

Albatross (Kathmandu NEPAL), Alberta Cross (Brooklyn NY), Alexander Jean (Los Angeles CA), [Alexandros] (Tokyo JAPAN), Alex G (Philadelphia PA), Algodón Egipcio (Mexico MEXICO), Jocelyn Alice (Calgary AB), Alice On The Roof (Brussels BELGIUM), A Live One (Austin TX), ALIZZZ (Castelldefels SPAIN), All Dogs (Columbus OH), Elida Almeida (Praia CAPE VERDE), Aloa Input (Munich brown tones, guatemalan textiles, mayan, slip on, flat shoes, ballet flats, handmade, handwoven GERMANY), A Lot Like Birds (Sacramento CA), David Altenor (Everett MA), Altimet & the Kawan Band (Kuala Lumpur MALAYSIA)..

The third-place finisher, Archbishop Mitty High School freshman Caity Redfern, was competing for the first time, but has been singing since she was 10. “This has been a kind of crazy experience,” she said. “It has been thrilling the whole time, and I have learned so much about myself as a performer.”. The 14-year-old Los Gatos resident impressed the judges with the song “They Just Keep Moving the Line” by Megan Hilty. “I was kind of struggling trying to find a song about a person,” she said. “‘They Just Keep Moving the Line’ is from a show based on Marilyn Monroe and it has just always connected with me, so that’s what I decided to go with.”.