January 18, 2013
By Roe Borunda
Behind a Filipino restaurant in Glendale exists a small guarded building. The area looks abandoned and not maintained.
A bedspring rests on a rusted chain-linked fence that leads the eye to a small building.
The building, after it was reconstructed into an art studio, now houses the studio of a modest artist who has made a career in both art and educating students about the importance of art.
Charles Gaines, 63, an instructor working at the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts), had once left his mark at Fresno State.
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