RE:Gallery Sustainable Fine Art Guild to hold Los Corozones pop-up event

RE:Gallery Sustainable Fine Art Guild will present the Los Corozones pop-up event. Four separate pop-up events will be held in February featuring 10 local artists.

Opening night is Feb. 2, from 6-9 p.m. hosted by Re-Gallery in Solana Beach.

Upcoming venues: Feb. 8 UCSD Porter’s Pub 9 p.m.-12 a.m.; Feb. 12: Bar Basic 7 p.m.-12 a.m. hosted by Visual Culture; Feb. 13 Prospect Bar & Grill 8 p.m.-12 a.m.

At the RE:Gallery’s Sustainable Fine Art Guild event, each artist will have taken their distinct technique to create individual sustainable hearts.  The artists have been asked to challenge themselves by manipulating their creative process and create conceptual artworks.  The title Los Corozones (The Hearts) expresses one of the artist’s loves; revisioning, repurposing, and reclaiming the creative art process.

Each artist will feature four hearts along with a “love letter” expressing how they conceptualize their pieces for Los Corozones.  RE: Gallery works solely on creating a collaborative dialogue between the artists.

Featured artists include Lester Corral, Rodrigo McCoubrey, Nick Baltins, Paul Uglow, Karla Leopold, Andrea Holeman, Sean Brannan, Sunshine Carr, Janelle Carter, John Finkbiner. RE:Gallery is located at 348H S. Cedros Ave. Solana Beach, 92027; 858-259-2001;

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