Category archives for: Art

La Jolla’s UCSD’s ArtPower! books cutting-edge acts

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Like music? UC San Diego’s ArtPower program caters to all tastes in February with a jam-packed lineup of eclectic events.

Moonglow Design Art Gallery unveils sculptor Lorenzo Foncerrada’s latest (and wildest) work in La Jolla

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Moonglow Design Art Gallery unveiled sculptor Lorenzo Foncerrada’s latest (and wildest) effort “Big Loie,” which debuted Jan. 25 during a reception at the gallery, 5763 La Jolla Blvd. in Bird Rock. The larger-than-life statue is a fitting tribute to American dancer Loie Fuller, who took 1890s Paris by storm. A modern dance pioneer, Fuller often used grand silks and light effects in performances to dramatize her movements. The artist is asking $10,000 for the work; motorists and pedestrians can enjoy it for free until it’s sold.

Lecture series in La Jolla to explore ideas on sustainable art and design

The Athenaeum series of 'Dialogue in Art & Architecture' starts Jan. 30.

The Athenaeum Music & Arts Library will present three free programs with speakers whose artistic and intellectual investigations provide meaningful discussion, as part of its 22nd season of “Dialogues in Art & Architecture.”

Moonglow to host art reception Saturday in Bird Rock

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Moonglow Design La Jolla Art Gallery will show Lorenzo Foncerrada’s latest (and wildest) effort “Big Loie,” a tribute to American dancer Loie Fuller, who took 1890s Paris by storm, 5-9 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 25 at 5763 La Jolla Blvd. in Bird Rock.

They’re Golden! La Jolla’s Torrey Pines Rotary and Timken Museum toast their 50th years

2014 Rotary president Gordon shurtleff, Timken Museum director John Wilson and Torrey Pines Rotary program manager Bill irwin.

Kicking off its 50th anniversary, the Torrey Pines Rotary Club held its first meeting of 2014 on Jan. 8 with a guest appearance by Timken Art Museum Director John Wilson, who noted the Timken is also celebrating 50 years.

Picture This! Athenaeum Library in La Jolla publishes a book about its artists

The Athenaeum Music & Arts Library staff, board members and artists celebrate the release of the Athenaeum book, ‘Selections from the Permanent Collection: 1990-2010.’ Courtesy

The Athenaeum Music & Arts Library has been the hub of La Jolla’s cultural life for more than 100 years. It has taken many forms since Ellen Browning Scripps became the first president of the Library Association of La Jolla in 1899 and since the iconic Rotunda Gallery at Girard Avenue and Wall Street was added in 1957.

Moonglow in Bird Rock: From plumbing to fine art, this craftsman’s a fixture in La Jolla

Mike Glancy, owner of Moonglow Design and Erling Rohde Plumbing Co.

Mike Glancy’s creativity is displayed in many ways. Every year, except one in the past 20, he’s designed and entered a float in the La Jolla Christmas Parade, winning first place three times. His entry for this year’s Surf and Sand theme was “Surfin’ and Fixin’ La Jolla’s Bowls.”

Arte de Origen’s gallery artists celebrate ancient traditions through Latin art in La Jolla

A sculpted metal fish is on display at Arte de Origen.

The 10 studio artists of Arte de Origen celebrate the ancient artistic traditions of the Incas, Aztecs and Mayans with their exquisitely collaged boxes, mirrors, furniture and tapestries.

La Jolla’s MCASD asking public to help make Friday the 13th its lucky day!

Just $13 will help MCASD bring more amazing art to La Jolla--and earn you a drink at the museum's next event!

The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego is asking people to help the organization raise $13,000 in 24 hours via a $13 this Friday the 13th.

Juxtaposed Journey: Life takes artist from Holocaust ‘Into the light’

Kalman Aron in his studio with his "Portrait of Henry Miller."  Photo © Elisabeth Caren

More than 60 years ago, artist Kalman Aron painted a portrait of 6-year-old Susan Beilby Magee. In it, he captured her large, luminous hazel eyes, full of curiosity and compassion. In the years that followed, their paths would cross many times, but it wasn’t until five decades later that he would turn to that inner light he saw in Magee and ask her to help him tell his story.

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