Monday, November 11 at 7:30 pm
Multi-Purpose Room
Culver City Veterans Memorial

Paintings & Photographs Hidden in Stones

 

Have you ever cut open a mundane stone, and found what looks like an original Ansel Adams photograph or a Claude Monet painting? Perhaps images of landscapes, faces, animals, people, or aquatic scenes were revealed to you.

On this night, we will be visiting the “Louvre de Roches” guided by long-time CCRMC Club member, Ken Rogers.

Photographer, artist, rockhound, and previous “spook,” Ken is constantly searching for beautiful, or whimsical, art as he cuts chunks of rock, looks at the lapidary work of others, and, perhaps, just a rock lying on the ground.

Ken’s exciting and colorful career in U.S. Army Intelligence and as a photojournalist coupled with education and experience in the jewelry industry has made him an expert in these fields. When photography went digital, radically changing the photography industry, Ken reluctantly retired and returned to some of his earlier loves, including rocks and jewelry.

Guests are always welcome

Future Meetings

  • December 9 Holiday Party
  • January 13 Mexican Opals

General Meetings are held the second Monday of every month* at 7:30 p.m. in the Multi-Purpose Room in the Veterans Bldg., 4117 Overland Ave. The Multi-Purpose Room is located in back of the Veteran's Memorial Auditorium Building. When you enter the parking lot (from Culver Blvd - closest to Overland Blvd) walk to the right when facing the building. Around the corner, you will a sign leading to the Multi-Purpose room. Follow the sign and our meeting is in the room with all the glass windows and doors.

See you there!

*) Except if it falls on a federal holiday, Saturday and Sunday of the annual Fiesta of Gems show, and the day of the annual picnic.

Guests are always welcome.....

meeting room