Torrey Pines provides a perfect setting for nature art festival

Bruce Stewart talks to a visitor about his photography work.

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Photo by Susan DeMaggio

The second annual plein-air Art in the Pines Festival at Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve ended on a warm, sunny note after morning sprinkles and cool clouds threatened to dampen the fun on Sunday, May 15. A steady stream of visitors browsed the artist booths filled with paintings, pottery, prints and photographs of familiar coastal images. Shoppers walked off with ‘sunsets’ and ‘surf scenes’— all reasonably priced!

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