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San Diego is often associated with fun in the sun, but the city is much more than just golden beaches, great surf and fish tacos. From the Spanish Village and museums at Balboa Park to the galleries of Coronado Island and La Jolla, San Diego has always been home to a lively art scene. Thousands of artists, dozen of museums and galleries, and popular art events such as Artwalk, Ray At Night, Comicon and The Americans for the Arts come together to create a unique blend of Southern California and Mexican art that you can find nowhere else. America's finest city is definitely one of the best place to discover the finest art!
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|I am primarily a watercolor artist. Most of my images are done in watercolor, with a few exceptions, which include pastels, acrylic, and pencil. I also design and make jewelry.
|Watercolors inspired by landscapes in California and other wild places, rich in color and with interpretation that comes from the artist’s immersion in the natural world.|
|Temáre abstract paintings evoke an emotion of color and contrast. The mystique of Temáre explodes on the canvas, bringing together the element of surprise, and the freedom of expression that is truly captivating. |
|My aim as an artist is to express the richness of nature and the human form. My vision as a photographer is to infuse light, atmosphere and mystery into my work, and create beauty from things we may never notice. |
|My purpose as an artist is not to imitate nature but to reveal a deeper connection to our natural world. I work in various mediums including oil, acrylic, and watercolor. Frequently I use textures to add dimension to my works.|
|Fine art pastel paintings, oil, charcoal and graphite drawings of landscapes, portraits, still life and animals by an award winning disabled artist with FSH Muscular Dystrophy. |
|My artwork is a visual communication, using subject, color, patterns, texture and line to express a feeling. Enjoy the experience!
"Art is not what you see but what you make others see." ~Edgar Degas|
|Clay Artists at the Vineyard is a co-operative (coop) pottery studio dedicated to clay enthusiasts looking for an open studio environment where creativity and clay camaraderie exist.
Located in a quaint building on the grounds of the Bernardo Winery in|
|The Ramona Art Guild is a non-profit organization that provides the community of Ramona, in San Diego County, California, opportunities to advance their knowledge and appreciation of the visual arts.|
|Website by artist Barbara J. Miller whose paintings feature a wide variety of subjects, i.e., landscapes, portraits, animals, flowers, still life, figurative, etc. Barbara works in oil, watercolor, pastel and mixed media and focuses primarily on realism.|