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BROWSING»Hundreds of art lovers took advantage of strolling Honolulu while enjoying various exhibits.


Honolulu Avenue transformed into an outdoor art gallery on Saturday at the 2009 Art Walk, sponsored by the Montrose-Verdugo City Chamber of Commerce. SANY0037 This was the last artwalk in the series of three; the first on May 2 and the second on July 11. The event provides a forum for artists from all over Southern California to gather and exhibit their work. A variety of mediums were presented from wa­tercolors to pen and pencil sketches. The series of art walks have become increas­ingly popular each year with artists returning to Mon­trose to a supportive com­munity. “There have been a lot of people interested in my art,” said Roland Clark. Clark, a Tujunga resident, has participated in the event for the past six years. SANY0030 He has been an artist for 30 years and his paintings of mid west farmscapes depict a lifestyle that defies his Cali­fornia roots. The chamber holds the artwalks to cel­ebrate the rich population of fine artists within its area, according to the Montrose- Verdugo City Chamber of Commerce website. Fellow artist Julie Hill is also a re­turning artist. “Though it’s been a little slow, people are still supportive,” she said.

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