2013 Arts Alive Unveiling Reception is Feb. 16

The 2013 Arts Alive Unveiling Reception is scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 16, from noon to 4 p.m. at 1950 N. Coast Highway, Leucadia. This art event is free and open to the public. The 101 Artists’ Colony, Cardiff 101 MainStreet, and Leucadia 101 MainStreet present this art exhibit every year and this year marks the 14th anniversary of Arts Alive.

After the unveiling, all 101 original paintings will be displayed from the light standards starting at La Costa Blvd. and continuing south to Cardiff by-the-Sea along Historic Highway 101. The exhibit will come down just before the final Live Auction in the Cardiff Town Center on Sunday, May 26, at 2 p.m. Silent bidding is kicked off at the Unveiling Reception where bidders can write-in bids on the spot and then bids may be called in to Leucadia 101 MainStreet at 760- 436-2320 until the Live Auction on May 26.

All 101 paintings will be revealed at once shortly after noon so get there early to witness this display of art and meet some of the artists. Visit www.artsaliveencinitas for more details about the exhibit.

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