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Free Art – An Article by Paul Koester

Free Art – An Article by Paul Koester

Follow the link below to an article on the dark side of posting art on social media by San Diego photographer Paul Koester. Free Art – An Article by Paul Koester There is always someone (or a group of people) behind the content on any platform and it is always wrong to copy it and use it for commercial purposes or worse, claiming ownership, when it is clearly someone else’s work. It is unfortunate that artists still have to deal with copyright…

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Another Busy Second Saturday Weekend for the San Diego Art Scene

Another Busy Second Saturday Weekend for the San Diego Art Scene

It has shaped up to be another amazingly full Second Saturday weekend for exhibition openings and other events Visit the Art Guide San Diego Current Events page for more information. See you out there! Friday, July 7, 2017 July 7th, First Friday Emerald C Gallery 1331 Orange Ave, Coronado, CA 07/07/2017 | 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm https://www.facebook.com/events/446616395700403/ TheArtShow Float SD 207 5th Ave, San Diego, CA 07/07/2017 | 6:00 pm – 1:55 am https://www.facebook.com/events/726766590759518/ Comickaze Presents Accidental Aliens &…

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The Studio Door Founder has his First Solo Exhibition at the Gallery

The Studio Door Founder has his First Solo Exhibition at the Gallery

Patric Stillman, local painter and founder of The Studio Door has his first solo exhibition at the gallery From the May 24th press release: The Studio Door is pleased to present Person Place or Thing, a solo exhibition by San Diego-based painter Patric Stillman.  For his first solo show at The Studio Door, Stillman has created a suite of noir paintings that explore cinematic style while also examining the constant flux of personal identity. With a sense of being dropped into the…

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A Weekend Full of Art – June 2nd and 3rd, 2017

A Weekend Full of Art – June 2nd and 3rd, 2017

There are so many great art happenings going on this weekend. Here is a quick glance at some of them: Be sure to check the event pages for last minute updates, costs and other important information! Tonight, Friday, June 2, 2017 Wonderspaces opens its doors today at 10:00 am. I’ll be posting more about this in the next couple of days. Michael Carini’s ‘Reign Upon Sonrise’ Opening Reception and Unveiling is happening during Friday Night Liberty at Martha Pace Swift…

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Property Progress and Preview Party

Property Progress and Preview Party

Space 4 Art Starts Building its Permanent Home and Hosts a Sneak Peak There are a lot of people around San Diego working hard to make their art. At the new site for Space 4 Art, there are a lot of people working hard to make a place where art can be made. On top of that, they bravely set a goal of June 2nd to give a sneak preview of their new space in Sherman Heights. With the help…

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Kaboo Artwork Lineup for 2017 Announced

Kaboo Artwork Lineup for 2017 Announced

Congrats to the San Diego artists and Galleries announced in the Artwork Lineup for Kaboo 2017! Passes to attend are still available as of this writing, and I’m sure we’ll see a lot of posting on the various webs during the event. This year has shaped up to be quite the must-experience happening.   Your 2017 ARTWORK lineup is here! Get ready to go on a visual journey with us. bit.ly/2q76zVW 🎨 Posted by KAABOO on Thursday, May 11, 2017…

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View Into the Craft – Artist Talk at Sparks Gallery

View Into the Craft – Artist Talk at Sparks Gallery

I recently heard someone explain that the difference between art and craft is that art is the finished work, and craft is the process. Even though we enjoy an artist’s finish product, rarely do we, as outsiders, get to see the craft and all an artist goes through to get to the piece we see displayed. That’s what is great about artist talks, having the privilege to hear the about process, struggles and successes.  Many times we learn something surprising,…

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Today is Slow Art Day

Today is Slow Art Day

Today is Slow Art Day, and there is one local San Diego gallery participating. This is the eighth year for the event that event reminds us that it is important to spend more quality time with the art we visit, especially the ones that resonate with us. The idea behind the event is to visit a museum or gallery, take some time with art, to really look at a piece and get intimate with what it says to you, and then share your…

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Deep Expressions: An Interview with Michelle D. Ferrera

Deep Expressions: An Interview with Michelle D. Ferrera

The art of Michelle D. Ferrera is a journey into emotion and self exploration. The wood she creates on is an extension of the natural beauty of her subjects. Her work has been displayed all around San Diego County and continues to gain accolades for its passion, grace and elegance.  I caught up with Michelle this week and was able to interview her via correspondence, between her many responsibilities. Brian Baxter, Art Guide San Diego: Hi Michelle, thanks for taking…

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Contemporary Contributions

Contemporary Contributions

   It is possible that we could look back on the mid-to-late 2010s as one of the most important periods for modern art in San Diego. We now stand at the onset of uncertainty and change that will drive art expression for years to come. As we have seen in the past, In response to the recent events, artists will inevitably be inspired to create impassioned art that reflects the sentiment, mood and scenes of this time.    The exhibition…

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