| FEBRUARY 2017
ART EXHIBITIONS Ladybug Art Center ‘Love is in the Air’ Ladybug Art Center in Kensington presents “Love is in the Air,” an exhibition offering a variety of views on the mystical emotion of love. The exhibit lasts through Feb. 28. From the exquisite creations of glass artist Ann Carson and polymer clay artist Beth McClellan, to the exceptional gourds grown, harvested, painted and carved by Randy Storm, there will be something to appeal to all tastes. Mae Crauder Davis will explain her extremely unique layered art style, while Julie Ann Ricksecker will demonstrate monoprinting. Carver Deanne Tiffany and watercolorist Katy Reeve Weesner will be on hand to discuss their work. Gallery owner, Susan Mae Hull show her specialty, calligraphy, and show how it is enhanced with her delicate watercolors. She will give away free sample bookmarks. Ladybug Art Center in Kensington is located at the corner of Adams Avenue and Biona Drive, just east of the Kensington sign. The exhibit is free and open to the public. For further information, call (619) 563-0082.
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‘Coast Walk’ by Julianne Ricksecker
Love quote by Susan Mae Hull
Gourds by Randy Storm
‘Honeysuckle’ by Katy Reeve Weesner
‘The Crow Show’ The third annual visual arts exhibition celebrating our feathered neighbors returns by popular demand to The Studio Door, 3750 30th St. in North Park. “The Crow Show’ exhibit runs through Feb. 26 “The Crow Show marks one of our most popular exhibits,” said Patric Stillman, director of The Studio Door. “Besides being great fun to see, the exhibit allows local artists to hang side by side with national artists. The Crow Show offers something for both the artist and the patron.” The visual arts exhibition will showcase diverse artworks from around the country as well as from greater San Diego. The exhibition is being juried by Kathy Kelsey Foley, Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum director. The Woodson Art Museum in well known for its Birds in Art international juried exhibition that has been taking place annually since 1976. In addition to this exhibition, The Studio Door offers ongoing creative classes, professional development for artists and works by the studio artists working in the North Park facility.
‘The Observer,’ acrylic. Therese Misner, Crabtree, Ore.
‘Crow Study,’ oil. Kevin Fahey, Athens, Pa.
‘I’m not who you think I am,’ mixed media. Carol Seibold, Westlake Village.