A Brush with Art
Creating something where there was previously nothing — especially when the process involves the unpredictable — thrills Encinitas artist Richard Hawk.The figurative painter says, “In art and in life, I am attracted to the uncontrollable.
It’s been said that Cardiff photographer Abe Ordover’s work captures the peak experiences that changes one’s life.
The artist, storyteller and philosopher Madelynne Engle is a master alchemist who transmutes difficult situations into extraordinary treasures expressed through her art. A visit with this modern phoenix leaves one humbled, awed, and inspired by her indomitable spirit.
Carlsbad artist Darlene Katz describes herself as “a scientist by training, and an artist by choice.”
A climate change scientist at Scripps Institution of Oceanography is striving to save the ocean through art and science.
It’s never too late for big dreams, and if you’re Cardiff artist Julia C R Gray, it’s never too late to make them real.Beginning her career as a muralist, Gray’s recognition was launched in 1980 with a major Lake Tahoe commission.
If you ever pass a longhaired surfer-type painting a canvas atop a well-worn easel somewhere along the coast, there’s a possibility it’s Cardiff resident Kevin Anderson working on a new seascape.
These days many North County residents are turning eagerly to Page Four of The Coast News to check out Mary Fleener’s latest “The Less You Know The Better You Feel” weekly political cartoon.
A dynamic force is at work among us in coastal North County’s arts. Cheryl Ehlers, with accomplishments almost too numerous to list, has tirelessly championed artists and art students in our local communities and enriched our lives in the process.