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Chosen to capture the essence of this fine art festival, our Featured Artists this year hail from all over the Western US. These talented artists will showcase their unique offerings at Mission Federal ArtWalk. For a preview of these artists and all other participating artists, visit missionfederalartwalk.org

The Best Feeling Ever, Mixed Media Big Sur, Collage Zebra, Mixed Media

MARK ALLEN

markandrewallen.com tent #383 A mixed media collage artist, Mark Allen gained recognition for his trademark aesthetic, based on a narrative of modern American culture. He blends urban street art with his background in typography, mixed media collage and abstract expressionism. His work has gained widespread notoriety, being featured on national television shows and films, and is showcased in numerous galleries throughout the world.

SUE BRITT

papertapestry.net tent #342 Originally studying architecture, Sue Britt eventually found her artistic calling in contemporary landscape with one very unique medium – paper tapestry. Her passion for architecture weaves in and out of her art, creating vivid and colorful plaits of places she has been and seen. Inspired by her love of hiking, Sue’s art depicts themes of the Southern California landscape: the fire cycle of destruction and rejuvenation, water’s force on the landscape, and change over time.

ELLEN DIETER adelmanfineart.com tent #727

Working in acrylics, mixed media and oils, Ellen Dieter paints nearly every day. The result is a very diverse and dynamic portfolio. After studying in Paris for a decade, Ellen now splits her time between Hawaii and San Diego. In both her abstract and figurative pieces, viewers enjoy Dieter’s spectacular illustrations of balance, composition, light, color, movement, and feeling. Ellen’s work explores the highs and lows of the human experience in a clear expression of what it means to be alive.

Enough, Watercolor

CHRISTINA LETA defectivebarbie.com tent #858

Christina Leta is a watercolor portrait artist, inspired by surrealism and the visceral technique of urban art. Her chosen medium enables her works to develop lives of their own, with a deconstructed look, allowing the viewer to fill in the blanks. Letting the paint drip and run, Christina’s compositions make as much of a statement with their use of negative space as the painted areas.

“Art is the desire of a man to express himself, to record the reactions of his personality to the world he lives in.”

~Amy Lowell


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“Fine art is that in which the hand, the head, and the heart of man go together.”

~John Ruskin

Zebra Ring, 18K Gold, Diamonds

DOROTHEE NAUMBURG

dorotheenaumburg.com tent #501 Dorothee Naumburg is an accomplished jewelry artist who was trained in a formal goldsmith apprenticeship in Germany. Created in 18K gold, 14K gold and platinum, her pieces often show her signature texture and are accented with fine gemstones and pearls. Dorothee edits her design to eliminate unnecessary elements, resulting in a sculpted, contemporary feel to her pieces that allow the design and materials to reveal themselves.

Attraction, Mixed Media

KAREN O’BRIEN keobrien.com tent #728

Karen O’Brien is a self-taught mixed media painter, with an urban, primitive style. She began her creative journey as a teddy bear and doll artist. From there, she ventured into collage and painting where she creates a world of soulful, contemporary figures she calls her “Urban Folk”. Her approach to art is: “No mistakes, just dive in and see what happens.”

Carga, No Carga, Oil Jazz Sax, Oil, Metalworking, Copper, Acrylic

SCOTT PALMER

copperphoenixstudio.com tent #329 Scott Palmer is a mixed media artist, using copper, acrylics and oils. After an initial pursuit of an impressionistic plein air style, he discovered the use of metals in his work and consequently, his true aesthetic passion. Palmer strives to create fluidity in his designs by sculpting the metal into dimensional shapes and adding patinas and paint that showcase the copper’s natural beauty.

TIM PATTISON tornillofineart.com tent #864

A well-traveled oil painter, Tim Pattison’s inspiration is drawn from ordinary people he meets on his extraordinary journeys. He is inspired by the remarkable dignity he finds in different cultures, ethnicities and socioeconomic groups. His style features bold lines and colorful, yet muted tones, showcasing a variety of patterns and textures which keeps the viewer’s eye moving, only to refocus on the piece as a whole.


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CHRISTINE M. SCHWIMMER

HONG RUBINSTEIN onedreamdesign.com tent #350

Ocean’s Dream, Pottery

Hong Rubinstein is a ceramic artist originally from Jilin, China. Now living in Palm Springs, Hong relies on her sense of adventure and excitement to create unique sculptural, ceramic art on the wheel. Each piece is one-of-a-kind, as she does not use any molds. Using this freestyle technique, she allows fluid movement to shape her highly-collected masterpieces.

chrisschwimmer.com tent #731 An abstract figurative artist, Christine Schwimmer paints to express her emotions as she explores them, mixing paint directly on the canvas and using fabrics, charcoal and scratching to create texture. Her figurative paintings are most often faceless, as the artist invites the viewer to complete this part of the painting. The beauty of her work is the journey she undertakes to create them.

Red Carpet, Mixed Media

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Artists are listed alphabetically by group or last name. Artists highlighted in yellow will donate partial proceeds to ArtReach. ARTISTS

Leta, Christina

Gonzalez, Paco

388

Levy, David & Carolyn

Gonzalez, Maria del Carmen

845

Little, Spenser

385

151

Griffin, Kevin

302

Loli, Simon

812

Colis, Cynthia

879

Gulewich, Mike

101

Lord, Jan

372

Collins, Paula

804, 806

Haeffele, Deborah

934

Los Naguales Mexican Art & Culture 849

Church, Shirley

Abeyta, Liz

334

Cirello Metalsmith

Adams, Charles

739

Clark, Greg

178

Cohen, Sheri

Adams, Leslee Adelman Fine Art

727, 729

Aden, Margaret

716

Agius, Dorothy

938

Aldrich, Bart

177, 179

Alenik, Ann

121

Allan, Brian

359

Allen, Mark

383

Allen, Gene

870 168, 170, 172, 174

Arambula, Debbie

749, 750

Arango, Adrian

831

Archer, Donald

157

Aref, Sadegh

146, 148

Aria Giauque for Avant-Art

404

Ashton, Ari Kate

370

Atapour, Hassan

333

Barnes, Jon

354, 356

Barnett, Michael

163

Bate, Jeni

939

Beier, Mary

710, 712, 714

166

Golumbuk, Ann

389

ARTISTS 374

818

Anh Ha, Andy

ARTISTS

ARTISTS

Abderhalden, Claudia

718, 720

Cooper , Helene

301

Hakobyan, Harut

Coopersmith, Justin

500

Halvorsen, Ganna

Counts, Maria

92

Harris, Edna

Counts, Paul

402

Haywood, Brent

Cranor, Pat

926

Hebets, Brian

Cunningham, Laura

303

Henderson, Carolyn

363, 365 89, 90 313 516, 518, 520 722 88

Curtner, Richard

340, 341

Henrikson, John

814

Dallas, Angela

162, 164

Hill, James

336

Daniels, Norm

324

Hoff, Bridget

102

Daube, Sheila

376

Hofmann, Vanessa

133

Davies, Barbara

357

De La Nuez, Nelson

181, 183

Dean, Georganna

117, 119

Deitenbeck, Tom

312

Del Pesco, Belinda

192

Doskova , Tanya

868

Dresden7 Driver, Darrell

403 881, 883

Eberhardt, Sheryl

353 703

Benbrook, Ally

351

Edler, Leslie

Blanchard, Dominique

395

Ely, Ian

Blom, Moni

143

Epps, David

Bobo, Adia

97

202, 204 407

Erngren, Claes

740 835

Hostler, Olympia Howe, Todd

98 335

Hughes, Danny

878, 880

Hulden, Jodie

741, 742

Humphrey, Jason

113

Hunter, Rick

929

Irelia Fine Jewelry

745

Loud, Sarah Lozeau, David Lynn, Geri Maddy, Michael Mandel, Judy

858 808, 810

922 307, 308 882 201, 203 316

Marble , Robert

142

Marin, Patricia

397

Marquez, Victoria

924

Martinez-Pena, Alejandro

820, 821

Mason, Padgett

369

Mayberry, Thomas

300

Mayo, Dean

182

Mazzi, Aldo

106

McGinnis, Kevin

194

McInnis, Linda McPherson, Darrel Melendez, Imelda

144 188, 190 846

Ivins, Nicholas

96

Jimenez, Raul

361

Michael Hall Fine Art

Jimenez, David

836

Militonian, Daniel

724

Miller, Jesse

310

Johnson, Carolyn

705, 707

Joseph, Chuck

931

Miller, Hasuyo

Kahl, Shelli

514

Minamora, Denis

Kater, David

158

Miranda, Marco

173, 175

159 364, 366 829

Borja, Cesar

841

Escalante, Antonio

Bozhkov, Alexander

921

Estacio, Aldryn

866

Kegler, Hans

199

Monarrez, Irene

Bradshaw, Robert

186

752

Montanaro, Carlos

Branham, Robin

392

Exclusive Collections Gallery 711, 713, 715, 717, 719

Kell, Steve Keohan, Paul

213

Moore, Brett

400

Brennan, Mike

511

Figueroa, Mario

838

Kerckhoffs, Roy

Nation, Laurel

165

Britt, Sue

342

Firehammer, Gabriel

206

Kim, Ashley

869

Naumburg, Dorothee

Flamm, Scottie

368

Kim, Elena

747

Negulescu Fine Art

Forte Fine Arts

Bueneker, Siep

118, 120, 122, 124

Burt, Michelle

382

Caldwell, Kathy

180

Carman, Codie

726

Caruso, Jerry

100

Casa Valencia

843

Cespedes, Mario

927

Chadwick, Gloria

123

Chetelat, Kathy

153, 155

343, 344

125, 127

Kindel, Craig

884

Nelson, Vaughan

Frank, Christopher Talbot

347

Klimek, Carol

391

Ness, Dave

Galindo, Tony

507

Koehler, Jon

326

Newton, Elliott

Galloway, Glynn

208

Koutsenko, Igor

328, 330

Newton, Hollie

Gastelum, Juan

833

Kureshy, Dawn

933

Gertz , Robert

207, 209

Lagergren, Marquis

Gibbons, John

813, 815

Nina K North, Wilson

850 860, 862

501 723, 725 150 859, 861 700 410 145, 147 744

375, 377

Lara, Heather

398

Nutting, Edwin

Giberson, Brian

149

Lara, Gonzalo

848

Nzalamba, Paul

Ginepra, Jo Ann

886, 888

Lawson

305

O’Brien, Karen

337, 338

Lee, Desarae

863

O’Byrne, Deirdre

355

Leon, Vicki

349

Ochs, Jennifer Rae

196

Chin, Homer

506

Girala, Adolfo

Choi, Sang

185

Goldgewicht, Hannie

346

381 198, 200 728


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Orange County Korean Artist Association 411, 412, 413

Sie, Lee

Pallete, Hugo

91

Silvah, David

851, 853

Palm, Peggy

386

Sinclair, Matt

107, 109

Palmer, Scott

329

Pasquinelli, Lucia

104

Pattison , Tim

864

Pechersky, Barry

197

Pecoff, Grant

855, 857

393

Skoglund, Tricia

706

Slater, Susanne

510

Slattery, Michael James

872, 874

Sokol, Holly

817

Somberg, Elfried

160

Pen15

110

Southwestern Artist’s Association 504, 505

Penilla , Ingrid

847

Stephenson, Mark

Perkins Art Studio

348

Stockinger, Katy Helen

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702, 704

Phillips, Michael

378, 380

Straub, Monique

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Phillips, Michael

394, 396

Cymer

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184

David Frank Design

Piculell, Will

930

Tamir, Ora

154, 156

Prass, Paula

409

Tang, Meg

339

Proa, Antonio

825, 827

Terry, Cindi

205

Pruner, Brian

937

Purr Deux Collaborative Art

103

Teyro, Cindy

152

Thaney, Larisa

390

Ramirez, Mike

839

Reckards, David

105

Reichert, Kristen

408

Renner, Paul

129

Richardson, Lori

94, 95

Ricksecker, Julianne

314

Rodriguez , Maria Evangelina

852

Roma, Skip

358

Ronan, Susan

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Ross, Karrie

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Royal, Monica

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Rubinstein, Hong

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Gator by the Bay

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138, 140

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Van Diggelen, Hester

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VanNoppen, David

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Little Italy Mercato

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Vassileva, Silvia

345

Juice Crafters

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Verciani, Claudia

743

La Costa Limousine

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Vicknair, Nicholas

114, 116

Vigallon, Rick

865, 867

923

Salazar, Susan

367

Visual Arts Group of North County 167, 169, 171

Salzman, Janine

512

Weil, Robert

890

Villicana, Sergio Visintainer, Gregg

309 371, 373

191, 193

319, 321, 323

Mission Federal Credit Union Museum of Contemporary Art Naked Juice

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914, 916, 918, 920 915

NTC Foundation

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Old Globe Theatre

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Mimmo’s Italian Village Deli & Restaurant

Old Town Trolley

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Monello

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Olympus

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Nelson Photo

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Penta

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Porto Vista Hotel

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Princess Pub & Grille

22

Sogno di Vino

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Starbucks

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Urban Boutique Hotel

25

802

Waterfront Bar and Grill

26

San Diego Performing Arts League

508

Windemere Real Estate

27

ScanDiego

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YogurtLand

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Scripps Health

903

842 822, 824

Wiemers, David

748

San Diego Art Institute

721

Sands, Niki J

210, 212

Wiese, Shane

751

San Diego CityBeat

897

Santillan, Ligia

837

Wilhelm, Robert

932

San Diego Downtown News

Sauer, Sheryl

115

Wilton, Leslie

816

Schienle, Jill

93

Winger, Kevin

304

San Diego Magazine

176

Winshtein, Paz

108 99

Schwede, Sheila

891

Woolery, Barry

311

Schwimmer, Christine M.

731

Woolley, John

708

Serafin, Josh

387

Yeaw, Katy

503

Setterholm, Julie

379

Yeomans, Jeff

746

Sherman, Charles

701

Yurivilca, Victor

161

187, 189

Zuckerman, Kevin

809, 811

360

Zuniga, Guillermo

384

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Schubert, Stephen

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Sandoval, Victor

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Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank

405, 406

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Bird Rock Coffee Roasters Buon Appetito

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Unidos por el Arte

Bencotto Italian Kitchen

362

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Trabin, Jan

111

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Thomas, Christopher

Uke, Diane

Amici Veterinary Hospital of Little Italy

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805, 807

910, 856

Sony

915

The PGK Dance Project

940

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912

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