Archive for September, 2012

Carlsbad Art Splash 2012

click photos to enlarge All photos taken by Snyder Art on September 23, 2012.

Carlsbad Village Music Walk 2012

click photos to enlarge All photos by Snyder Art

Carlsbad Art Splash TODAY

WHAT: 10 Annual Art Splash WHERE: Armada Drive (above the flower fields) WHEN: September 22 and 23 • Unbelievable Chalk Art Street Paintings • Exciting Live Art – At ArtSplash we will have dozens of talented artists from southern California creating, showcasing, and selling their art • Extraordinary Stage and Meandering Performers: Look for Musicians, […]

Carlsbad Music Festival Village Music Walk

WHAT: Carlsbad Music Festival Village Music Walk WHEN: Fri. Sept. 21, 5:30pm-9 WHERE: Kicks off at the Carlsbad Village Train Station The Festival will kick-off with the return of the highly-popular Village Music Walk which starts with a performance timed to the train arriving at the Coaster Station. It will be followed by a series […]

Snyder Doodles the Hurley Pro: Trestles

The ASP World Championship Tour crashed onto the Southern California coast this week under a cloudless sky for the Hurley Pro at Lower’s Trestles. The world’s best professional surfers hacked into and flew above 3-4 ft. waves as the highly engaged crowd cheered, enjoyed Acai Bowls, listened to rambles by surf commentator Dave Stansfield, got […]

Pelican’t Crossing

A single high heel on the side of the road after a long weekend stirs carnal speculations. A left over mattress discarded in a back alley becomes a canvas and fresh puddle of a wild night’s libations wafts untimely urges. Every once in awhile you see something that seems a bit out of place. It […]

The Parking Faux Pas

A community consists of individuals working together is a geographic area. To maintain a healthy relationship amongst its participants, each individual must consider the impact of their actions. Some live comfortably in the safe zone. Others creep right up to the border, and a select few ignore considerate boundaries and stick out like a blundering […]

Urban art or Urban litter?

While some prefer clean and manicured urban landscapes void of most forms of artistic expression, others desire for wild growth of creativity. What are the appropriate ways of encouraging more artistic expression?

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