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Del Mar Heights School connects students with artists

Del Mar Heights sixth graders (l-r) Hank, Julian, Lina, and Cleo. Sixth-grade students explored the creative process of Dragan Radoicic, a local architect, engineer and artist who uses ground-controlled flying machines to create stunning films for both artistic and professional purposes. Courtesy photo

Students at Del Mar Heights Elementary School are learning about the work of professional artists through a new program at their school.

Exhibit by French artist opens in Carmel Valley

Munro Gallery invites the public to view nearly a dozen of Chourlet’s paintings at Munro Gallery

The French artist recently made her American debut at a showing/reception at Art & Framing by Munro Gallery in Carmel Valley

French artist to make American debut at Carmel Valley gallery

Randy Gray, general manager of Art & Framing by Munro Gallery, with paintings by French artist Céline Chourlet. Photo/Kristina Houck

French artist Céline Chourlet will finally make her American debut at a Dec. 18 showing at Art & Framing by Munro Gallery in Carmel Valley.

Art exhibit by Joshua Serafin featured at Solana Beach City Hall Gallery

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Solana Beach City Hall Gallery is hosting an art exhibit now through Jan. 2, 2014 featuring the unique reverse oil on recycled glass oil painter Joshua Serafin. A reception will be held on Thursday, Dec. 12, from 5-8 p.m.

Del Mar Art Center to hold ‘Red Tag’ sale

The artists of the Del Mar Art Center are holding their first annual “Red Tag” sale Saturday, Dec. 7, from 10 a.m.-6 p.m., and Sunday, Dec. 8, from 11 a.m. -6 p.m. Come and get some great finds at great prices right in time for Christmas!

Del Mar artist selected for membership in National Association of Women Artists, Inc.

Fine artist Karla Leopold. Photo/Diane Y. Welch

The National Association of Women Artists, Inc. has selected Del Mar fine artist Karla Leopold to be inducted into its historic membership on Nov. 21 in New York.

Del Mar Pines student designs bracelet to raise funds for school and to raise awareness on the importance of recycling

Del Mar Pines 6th grader Paige Macdonald is proof that one person can make a difference. Paige started a recycling program at Del Mar Pines last year and has not only raised awareness of the importance of recycling but has also raised over $500 for the school with the enthusiastic support of the DMP students and staff.

Anonymous street artist BERT hits Solana Beach

Artwork by BERT. Photo by BERT

The artwork of anonymous surf street artist BERT has again surfaced with the most recent street art installation on the front facade of an abandoned building located in Solana Beach at the intersection of Highway 101 and Dahilia Drive. BERT has continued the San Diego-based pattern of a street art piece at the end of [...]

Del Mar Art Gallery to hold new series of exhibits

A “Ship in the Woods,” a Del Mar art gallery and 501(c)(3) non-profit, is beginning a new series of solo art exhibitions named “Helm.” Twice a month until March, a new artist will come and take the “helm” of “Ship in the Woods” mid-century architecture to house and display their art for a week. The show is being curated by UCSD Art PhD candidate Laura Bullock.

Textiles expert to speak on ‘Vanishing Culture & Traditions Worldwide’ at art lecture in Del Mar

San Diego Museum of Art, North County Chapter will hold its next lecture in Del Mar on Monday, Oct. 21.

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