Coldwell aids RSF Art Guild

The Rancho Santa Fe Art Guild has announced that another art display venue has been offered by a village business. Coldwell Banker, led by real estate agent Janet Christ, has offered to lend their walls to showcase original art by the Art Guild.

“Janet Christ has recently become a member of the Art Guild and already serves as chair of the off-site venue committee,” said Dr. Tim Lueker, president of the Rancho Santa Fe Art Guild. “We couldn’t be more fortunate to have Janet as a member. Not only is she a leader in our community but she is an accomplished artist and has already contributed so much to the Guild.”

One of the Guild’s most accomplished artists, Connie McCoy, will be the first artist to display her work at Coldwell Banker, added Lueker.

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