ArtsNFashion Winter Issue 2013
It is great to be back after a hiatus to see the San Diego arts scene flourishing. All in all, everyone is still at work, producing, creating and making the world a little bit brighter for everyone.
ArtsNFashion Winter Issue 2012
ArtsNFashion's winter 2012 issue is about serving others, making people happy, seeing the glint of excitement in their eyes, or the sincerity of a “thank you” or a “job well-done”. So many events in this winter issue (Bravo San Diego Awards, Best Dressed Awards) honor people. People that give of themselves through their art, their time, their volunteering efforts, their creativity. This holiday season, let’s renew our commitment to our work and remember the reason we are doing what we do: to help and celebrate people.
ArtsNFashion Magazine Fall 2012 Issue
This issue is dedicated to fun, laughter and the comedians of the world who help to provide it. They are entertaining, crazy and a little goofy. And, they are also doing us all a huge favor each time they take the stage. The art of making people laugh is a magical experience for the Comedian whose by-product of laughter is therapeutic for the audience. There have been numerous documented studies showing the positive effects of laughter on the body.
The Roaring Twenties
Pop culture has always been an indicator of what is in fashion, so it is no surprise that 1920's style is once again a huge hit with the remake of The Great Gatsby coming out later this year.
ArtsNFashion Fall Issue 2011
ArtsNFashion magazine’s sophomore issue is all about People. In art as in life, no man is an island. In this issue, we find many artists from different walks, but with similar stories of being helped or helping others with their art, inspiring or being inspired and providing outlets or looking for outlets to display their work.
Friday, December 19, 2014
Sunday, December 14, 2014
Review by James Colt Harrison
|Bill Cosby photo from Wikipedia|
Tuesday, December 9, 2014
Cheryl Strayed is a real woman who wrote Wild, a real memoir about her experiences hiking in California’s Pacific Crest mountains. It wasn’t an ordinary hike, but it was one that was a catharsis for her and her life. It helped her to deal with her failed marriage and mother’s death. Reese Witherspoon, a go-getting actress and producer, saw great potential in the book as a film starring---who else but herself! There isn’t an actress on earth who wouldn’t want to be on screen in practically every scene and have no other female competition.
Cinematographer Yves Belanger had plenty of gorgeous scenery to work with, and he did wonders with his camera capturing the lush greenery of the mountains and the bone-dry desert. The camera work definitely became one of the characters in the movie.
The film is directed by Jean-Marc Vallee. His most recent hit was Dallas Buyer’s Club, an Oscar® nominee last year for Best Picture. It did win the Best Supporting Actor Oscar® for Jared Leto. Going in the opposite direction than that film, Vallee has fashioned screenwriter Nick Hornby’s script into a character study of a real, live strong woman who will make females proud everywhere.
Thursday, December 4, 2014
|Ryan O'Neal in Kubrick's "Barry Lyndon"|
|Kubrick on set of "Barry Lyndon"|
JCH: When you look back at the film after so many years, are you glad you went through that ordeal?