Cedar Lee August 11th, 2014
One–I’ll have work on display there for the next month!
My painting “Summer Afternoon” was selected for inclusion in this month’s juried show at San Diego Art Institute’s Museum of the Living Artist.
And Two–This museum is a cultural hot spot you’ll want to check out if you haven’t been yet. From their website: It promotes San Diego as a living arts community that fully integrates visual arts into everyday life…featuring more than 3,000 works of painting, sculpture, prints, drawings, and mixed media per year, in addition to running arts education programs.
This painting is one of my newest images, inspired by hours of hiking in Sequoia National Park’s majestic forests:
The opening for this upcoming show is on Friday, August 22nd, from 6pm-8pm at 1439 El Prado in Balboa Park, San Diego. I plan to be there!
The exhibition closes on September 21st. They received just over 300 entries, and 55 pieces (about 18%) were selected. The juror was Dave Kesting, founder of Fountain Art Fair and director of Leo Kesting Gallery and Kesting/Ray Gallery.
If you’re local to San Diego, I’d love to see you at the opening on August 22!