Art-In-The-Park, Coronado

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1142 Orange Ave (619) 435-3555

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    Art in the Park

    by racheljapi Written Feb 5, 2005

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    Art-In-The-Park features more than fifty top artists in every genre including oil, acrylic and watercolor painting, etching, photography, wood and metal working, stained glass, ceramics and a variety of other unusual and distinctive art forms.

    The artists whose work is on display reside throughout San Diego County. They have been selected by a five person jurying process to insure consistent professional quality and originality. Many are represented in galleries and specialty shops throughout the San Diego area. Some have their own gallery/studios.

    Participating artists show their work with us to enjoy the direct interaction with the art buying public. The artists must show their own work, so you are assured of the opportunity to converse with the actual creator of any art piece on display.

    FIRST and THIRD SUNDAYS
    of every month, year round.
    Spreckels Park in the center of
    Coronado Village
    (Orange Avenue at 7th)
    9:00 A.M. to 4:OO P.M.

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    Best Free Thing #1: Public Art Walk

    by goodfish Written May 31, 2013

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    I picked this little brochure up at the Visitor Center and took it along on my walkabouts of the island. Some of my favorite pieces were the unmentioned mosaics at Coronado High School - which may be difficult to see during summer, and be sure to check in at the office for permission to enter the grounds during the school year. The public library is also well worth a stop for its Wizard of Oz glass paintings, lovely reading room and Ramos Martinez murals. Sculptures, fountains and whatnot, it was nice to have a map to interior works I may have missed otherwise.

    You can also download the brochure before you go:
    http://www.coronado.ca.us/egov/documents/1330535648_79650.pdf

    Mosaic, Coronado High School Wizard of Oz glass panels, Coronado Public Library Mosaic, Coronado High School
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