Archive for July, 2010

The Art of Surfing @ the campgrounds

WHAT: The Art of Surfing- 60 yrs. of surfing WHERE: Carlsbad State Beach Campgrounds WHEN: Saturday July 31st 8PM WHO: Anyone interested in Carlsbad surf history Interviews include Taylor Knox, Barbie Baron, Witt and other Carlsbad locals.

Marsha Ercegovic Interview

Through tall twisting Eucalyptus trees and bright brushstrokes, Marsha Ercegovic leads you on a visual exploration of the Carlsbad Village… Click HERE, or on the above image, to read her interview and see her work! Let us know what you think?

Edgeware Gallery Opening Reception

Out From Under Ground: Street Art and Modern Pop Group Show Edgeware Gallery (map) 4186 Adams Ave. San Diego, CA 92116 Click HERE for the Mini Carlsbad Temptress VIDEO! Show runs through September 17th 2010

Street Art/Modern Pop Group Show: TONIGHT

WHAT: Street Art / Modern Pop Group Show WHERE: Edgeware Gallery SD (MAP) WHEN: Saturday July 24th 5-9 Proceeds from the sales fund research to develop and validate an effective treatment for people on the autism spectrum.

Opening Day 2010: Del Mar Track

Click HERE for the story and all photos!

Motherplant at Hensley’s in Carlsbad

Austin Trujillo original t shirts still available at Snyder Art and Design…

Motherplant debuts at Hensley’s

WHAT: Austin and Dylan Trujillo debuts Motherplant WHEN: Friday July 9th 8PM WHERE: Hensley’s Flying Elephant (map) Limited edition prints and t shirts will be sold of Austin’s art. You’ve seen his doodles… don’t miss this chance to sport his madness! Click HERE to see Austin’s artwork! Motherplant’s music may sound different than the above […]

Observations of an Artist: The Dude

To be the subject of so many unstaged photos and keep each one as unforgettable as the previous is the sure sign of an natural artist- a artist because of not what they make, but because of who they are. Click HERE for the full story and photos!

…cut the string.

Tethered to your sunburned hand, a kite floats peacefully in the early Summer breeze. Waves roll upon the tranquil beach like a old dog moseys to and from the slipper of a wrinkled skinned retiree. Palms shuffle and thin wheeled bicyclists glide. Your kite remains undeterred by subtle shifts in the onshores and your day […]

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