A decade of displays

Update: Wednesday, Oct. 10, 7:44 p.m. The name “Berner” was changed to “Burner” in the photo captions for accuracy.

When it comes to art, a picture is a poem without words, and it’s principle is not just to portray, but to evoke.

Students can walk through the library of El Camino College to see the display of Photographer Linda Detwiler Burner and the paintings of her husband, Scott Burner.

Drawing of a camera on a canvas bag, as part of “A Clustered Collection” by Linda Detwiler Burner and Bradley “Scott” Burner. Wednesday, Oct 3, 2018. Photo credit: Mari Inagaki

Linda Burner will host an opening exhibition on Friday, Oct. 5, in the lobby of the Schauerman Library for people to come and experience her art.

Students view “Deck the halls…Halloween style” by Linda Detwiler Burner and Bradley “Scott” Burner on Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018. Photo credit: Mari Inagaki
Photo credit: Mari Inagaki

“It is my tenth year displaying my art at the El Camino Library,” Linda Burner said.

Linda Burner said she has displayed her photography at other places like the Orange County Fair, San Gabriel, San Pedro, as well as an art gallery in Pennsylvania, where her mother is from. “I have displayed much around at different galleries in different cities,” Linda Burner said.

Students can view “A Clustered Collection” by Bradley “Scott” Burner and Linda Detwiler Burner, in the Schauerman Library. Oct. 3, 2018. Photo credit: Justin Bell


Their art will be displayed for the remainder of fall semester at the El Camino College Library, Torrance but might change a few works from time to time, Linda Burner said.

“On Duty” by Linda Detwiler Burner. Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018. Photo credit: Mari Inagaki

The friday opening will be from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m., and she looks forward to meeting art enthusiasts.