Author Archive for Kay Colvin

Using the force

Using the force

When you’re given the name Skye Walker at birth, you’re destined for extraordinary things.

Thriving on variety

Thriving on variety

Encinitas artist Karin Grow thrives on variety.

Sculptures enrich library

Sculptures enrich library

Guests of the Encinitas Library are in for an unprecedented pleasure during the exhibit of “The Shape of Things: James Hubbell Sculpture” on display through July 22.

The ‘intuitive’ art of Victoria Bearden

The ‘intuitive’ art of Victoria Bearden

Surf artist stoked by positive reactions

Surf artist stoked by positive reactions

San Diego surf artist Bryan Helfand has every reason to be stoked. Although he has been seriously painting for only seven years, his is the only surf art mural in the corporate headquarters of Facebook, the social media giant located in Menlo Park, Calif.

Yoga as art, art as yoga

Yoga as art, art as yoga

Coastal North County is a widely renowned mecca for yoga practitioners.

Imagination at play in printmaker’s illustrations

Imagination at play in printmaker’s illustrations

What do Olive Oyl, a fox and the rainforest have in common?

Art is a lifesaver

Art is a lifesaver

  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.

Banners announce the arts are alive in Encinitas

Banners announce the arts are alive in Encinitas

  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.

Homegrown artist’s roots go deep

Homegrown artist’s roots go deep

Carolyn Cope counts herself lucky.