Author Archive for Kay Colvin
Coastal North County is a widely renowned mecca for yoga practitioners.
What do Olive Oyl, a fox and the rainforest have in common?
Carlsbad artist Andrea Team knows that art is a lifesaver. Not in a literal sense, but creating art has always come to her rescue through life’s darkest times.
The 2013 Arts Alive Banner event is well under way with its long-awaited Live Auction scheduled for May 26 in the Cardiff Town Center Courtyard.
Encinitas has long been known as a spiritual center. Legend has it that in the 1930’s an energy vortex was detected in the area and thus Paramahansa Yogananda located his Self Realization Fellowship monastic ashram in Encinitas.
Leucadia artist Grace Swanson has once again created an exceptional banner for the Arts Alive exhibit, currently on display in front of St. Germain’s Bistro and Café in Encinitas. A masterful painter of botanical themes, her stunning banner portrays the patterns of light and shadow of a single elegant palm leaf.
Leucadia artist Garit Imhoff has memorialized world-renowned musician Ravi Shankar in his Arts Alive banner titled “Letting Go — A Tribute,” currently on exhibit at the southwest corner of Leucadia Boulevard and the 101 in Leucadia.
The Encinitas Arts Alive banner project, now in its 14th year, has again attracted outstanding participants in its annual outdoor exhibit along Coast Highway 101. A notable banner painted by Solana Beach plein air painter Toni Williams is on display through mid-May at the corner of South Coast Highway 101 and G Street in Encinitas.