Category archives for: Art Galleries & Institutions

Del Mar: Seewald sees the world one photo at a time


Master photographer’s new exhibit opens in Del Mar Dec. 10

Metal sculptor to open gift, art store in Del Mar

A shop that offers a 10-percent discount to locals, carries items that women “must have,” and showcases not-just-your-everyday-landscape local artwork.

Video feature: Del Mar Taste and Art Stroll

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Video feature: Arts Alive! in Solana Beach


Gallery brings Chinese art revolution to Del Mar

The gallery of Chinese Cultural Arts held its grand opening in the Flower Hill Promenade on Sept. 17. Courtesy photos

By Claire Harlin Staff Writer There’s an artistic revolution going on in China, a phenomenon that has sprung from a rapidly changing political, social and cultural climate. “Information there is getting harder and harder for the government to control,” said Lenny Schas, who became involved in this art explosion by opening a gallery in Beijing [...]

Avenue Gallery welcomes acclaimed Dutch artist

The Avenue Gallery recently opened in Solana Beach’s Cedros Avenue Design District. As its debut artist, The Avenue Gallery is now showing select works by the internationally acclaimed Dutch artist Andre Balyon



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  • Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club Ladies Golf Tournament to raise funds for breast cancer research
    October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and the women of the Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club have organized an annual tournament for 13 years raising funds for organizations whose focus is the treatment and/or cure and prevention of breast cancer. Deana Ingalls and a capable and creative committee are organizing another Breast Cancer Benefit Tournament on Oct. 1 […]
  • Couple pleads guilty in fraud case involving Rancho Santa Fe broker
    A real estate investor and his wife pleaded guilty Sept. 30 to conspiring with a Rancho Santa Fe broker and others to defraud mortgage lenders and impede the Internal Revenue Service. Grant McCollough, 38, and his 36-year-old wife, Marisa, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud and defrauding the United States. Both face up to five years in prison […]
  • Village Church Installation of Rev. Dr. Neal Presa
    An installation of the Rev. Dr. Neal Presa, one of the Associate Pastors of the Village Church, was held Sept. 28 […]