Author Archive for Kay Colvin
Oceanside artist Mark Jesinoski sees art as a bridge to the community — a means to connect, educate and form relationships.
The captivating paintings of Carlsbad artist Rosemary Valente leave a lasting impression.
Paul Henry, wood worker par excellence, is showing a collection of his creations at the Encinitas Library through Oct. 8.
“It is not often that one has the chance to spark profound change in a community. It takes vision, courage, and a willingness to believe in the commitment of others. It also takes a bit of luck that the conditions will be present that would support the change.”
The Oceanside Museum of Art is making an ever-increasing impact on the arts in Southern California.
Encinitas is proud to be home to Intrepid Shakespeare Company, which brings award-winning, professional talent to our community.
If you’ve strolled through Old Encinitas recently, chances are you’ve noticed the newest additions to the city’s outdoor art.
The posting reads simply: “Bergen, A. Paul 01/06/1939 ~ 07/06/2013 ENCINITAS — Born in Wasco, Calif., A. Paul Bergen was an accomplished singer, musician, artist, and writer, with an MA in Philosophy of Religion from USC. He passed away peacefully with his wife, Linda, and daughter, Shani, by his side.”
There are those who were lucky to be born Italian, those of us “Italian by choice,” and those who simply appreciate the art and culture of Italy.
Each summer San Diego plays host to the world-renowned Comic-Con International, which since 1970 has featured all things related to comics and the popular arts. Swelling to over 130,000 attendees in recent years, the event encompasses the entire downtown area for four consecutive days each July.