A Brush with Art
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.
Now in its 14th year, the Arts Alive banner exhibit has again brought 101 original banners painted by local artists to the light poles spanning the miles between Cardiff-by-the-Sea and La Costa Avenue in Leucadia.
Photo illustrator Bob Coletti seems to have an endless capacity for altruism. With a lengthy career as Commercial Photographer and Graphic Designer, he generously contributes his professional expertise to organizations to bring public attention to their causes.
Carlsbad artist Rita Pacheco knows the pure joy of experiencing nature while responding to it from direct observation.
“Life is not a straight line,” declares Oceanside artist Diana Carey. The nonlinear evolution of her artistic creations have led to her current solo exhibition at the Japanese Friendship Gardens in Balboa Park titled “Creating A Storm; Sakura Fubuki.”
If there is hope of a sustainable future for our planet, Leucadia’s Renaissance man Sidney Wildesmith will surely be involved in its success. As artist, nature educator, friendly activist, musician and videographer, Wildesmith has dedicated his life to promoting the belief that peace is possible in a balanced and sustainable world.
They say what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. San Diego artist Michael Carini has triumphed over adversity as he makes giving back to the community his top priority.
Mixed media painter Rebecca Bauer says: “There is an absolute wisdom in nature that has always had a profound effect on me.”