Solana Beach Art Association calls out for artists and poets who ‘Feel The Love’

The Solana Beach Art Association is seeking local fine artists and adult poets who would like to take part in “Feel The Love,” a combined Valentine-themed poetry reading and fine art event at The Book Works store and the Heather Roddy Art Gallery on the second level in Flower Hill Promenade in Del Mar. A free live reading and art reception, with complimentary wine and cheese refreshments, is scheduled there for Saturday, Feb. 12, from 6:30 – 8 p.m.

Poets will read their own original or previously published romantic/love inspired poetry. Artists will display, CLIP HEART, unframed, original Valentine inspired mini-masterpieces. Poetry sign-up is via email to Sharon Leib at srleib@roadrunner.com and is limited to the first 20 poets who may read for a maximum of two minutes. Please include your name and title of your poem.

Artists may submit one 8-by-8-inch two-dimensional signed, unframed, professional caliber artwork, any medium, that will be whimsically displayed by bulldog clips. Complete contact information must be added to the back of the art which must be dropped off in person between the hours of 1 – 6 p.m. at the Heather Roddy Art Gallery, located at 2670 Via De La Valle suite A220, Del Mar, CA 92014. Deadline for dropoff is Feb. 7th.

All art work will be for sale, with a uniform price of $50, just in time for that perfect one-of-a-kind gift for Valentine’s Day. The Book Works will have a wide collection of love-themed books, gifts and greetings cards for sale. Heather Roddy’s bold acrylic art will also be on display.
For more information visit The Book Works online at www.book-works.com or for more information on
CLIP HEART submissions email art@solanabeachartassociation.org

The Solana Beach Art Association strives to “Bring the Arts to the Community and the Community to the Arts.” New members are welcome. Artists, performers, musicians, authors, poets, friends and associates are encouraged to join. Visit www.solanabeachartassociation.org for more information.

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