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The disabled artists in the exhibit use unique and creative styles of painting. Mr. Moreno, a quadriplegic, paints with his mouth, incorporating perspective and attention to textures and colors. Mr. Doyle is a working photographer taking pictures from his wheelchair. Mr. Vogel uses his wheelchair to create pleasing symmetric designs on canvas.
“Despite the challenges of the past year due to the pandemic, The Alhambra has kicked off 2021 on a positive note with lease renewals totaling 134,613 square feet,” said Megan Moloughney, senior development manager, The Ratkovich Company.
Due to the donations and efforts of volunteers from the event, 109 families and 223 children were able to get holiday gift bags.
Since acquiring and redeveloping The Alhambra in 1999, The Ratkovich Company has demonstrated its ongoing commitment to providing tenants and the local community with a healthy, creative, environmentally conscious campus that ties into its mission to improve the overall quality of urban life.
An art collection empowering artists is being hosted at the new home of the Academy of Special Dreams Foundation, The Alhambra, 1000 S. Fremont Ave.
The Alhambra and The Ratkovich Company donated $6,000 to the Alhambra community in recognition of Teacher Appreciation Week.
Building upon the framework of the original mid-century C F Braun campus, the vision is to transform this historic gem into a highly desirable neighborhood in which people will live, work, and play.
The public is invited to attend this fun-filled, family-friendly free event for all ages.
Just like last year, the 31st annual awards focused on Water Wise landscaping. The Chamber once again partnered with the San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District and the City of Alhambra for the event.