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EXPANDED EDITION MARCH 2017

THE MONTHLY

Fences by Jon Savage


TU NE SAIS RIEN translates to YOU KNOW NOTHING JESSICA KRANTZ MIXED MEDIA 10” X 15”


THE MONTHLY ISSUE 25 MAR 2017

COVER Fences by Jon Savage Digital Art on Canvas 27” x 27”

BACK COVER

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Old Friends by Barry La Follette Oil 24” x 24”

002 Table of Contents 004 Welcome to The Studio Door

CONTENTS 005 PAINT

006 ART LAB 007 DRAWING WITH A MASTER w/Hyacinthe Baron 008 EXERCISING THE UNKNOWN w/Maxx Moses 009 LIVING IN THE CITY • URBAN ART

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• ARTIST PROFILES • ABK_TOPARTIST 051 THE BUSINESS OF ART SHOWCASE • 2017 SCHOLAR MIKAELA MCLEISH 057 Music in the Gallery 058 Xpress Open Mic / In The News 059 In the Gallery / Open Calls for Artists 061 Picture Perfect

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063 The Studio Artists of The Studio Door 065 Community Partners 066 Opportunities with The Studio Door

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MARCH 2017 3750 30TH STREET • NORTH PARK • SAN DIEGO • WWW.THESTUDIODOOR.COM • 619.255.4920 •

RECEPTION SATURDAY MARCH 4 6 PM - 9 PM

XPRESS OPEN MIC MARCH 4 7 PM - 9 PM

BUSINESS OF ART SHOWCASE MARCH 4 6 PM - 9 PM

MUSIC IN THE GALLERY MARCH 8 6:30- 9:30 $10

DRAW WITH A MASTER MARCH 18 1 PM - 4 PM $90

CREATIVE COMMERCE MEET UP MARCH 25 10 AM - 12 PM

MAY 20 CALL FOR ARTIST DEADLINE MARCH 31 11 PM

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EXERCISING THE UNKNOWN WITH MAXX MOSES

JURIED, NORTH PARK EXHIBIT CALL OPENING SOON


This year has already been all about community partnerships. Both visual art exhibitions this month feature San Diego’s emerging artists who are motivated to take the next step from street art to fine art. Many of these artists are showing in a gallery exhibition for the very first time. I’m excited to be presenting 32 fresh voices from San Diego’s local art scene. Living in the City • Urban Art is the first official collaboration with ABK_TopArtists that offers emerging artists all kinds of community-based exhibitions. Also exhibiting this month, The Business of Art Showcase features a dozen artists who participated in this year’s scholarship offered by my partners Mission Federal ArtWalk and San Diego Visual Arts Network. I’m excited to introduce this year’s scholar Mikaela McLeish to the public during this exhibit. I will be mentoring her as she prepares for the Mission Federal ArtWalk (April 29 & 30). The reception for these shows on Saturday, March 4, would not have been possible without the support of North Park Main Street, Mike Hess Brewery and Black Xpression. Come by to meet the artists and hear from our guests as they perform during the Spoken Word Open Mic. Studio artist Crisinda Lyons and I joined Donna Posin [North Park Festival of the Arts staff] for a visit to Thomas Jefferson Elementary. We worked with 4th and 5th grader students as they created posters celebrating music for the upcoming festival (May 20). The top posters will be revealed soon. I’ve been talking with Angela Landsberg of North Park Main Street recently and have been given the green light to bring more art to the festival. I’ll be jurying and producing a gallery exhibition within the North Park Festival of the Arts! We’ll be announcing the details soon. For those of you who love Music in the Gallery, I’ve got some great news. We have three acts performing on March 8. The evening will start out with the 3-piece acapella vocal group The Bechdels and local musician Sasha Syeed performing as Nothingful. Headlining the night is Arrington de Dionyso’s project This Saxophone Kills Fascists. Arrington is part of the group Old Time Relijun and is also a visual artist. He had some infamy this past year as one of his murals is on display at the pizza and music venue Comet Ping Pong in DC, which you may recall got caught up in the bizarre Pizzagate conspiracy. He is touring the country sharing his music with the public. Thanks to Sasha Syeed for pulling together the night. $10 at door. Take time to enjoy this expanded issue of The Monthly featuring the artists of Living in the City • Urban Art. Keep Living Art!

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PAINT WORKSHOPS

OPEN PAINT NIGHT • INTRODUCTION TO ACRYLICS Introduction to Acrylics is a 6-week workshop series that is paired with Open Paint Night. Each evening starts off with a half hour instruction session and is followed by individual mentored guidance while participants work on their own projects and body of work. Support each other’s artistic endeavors. Artist Hang out.

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New session begins: THURSDAYS March 30 - May 4 6 PM - 9 PM $195 per 6-week session $35 Drop in rate - Come by and try it for a night to see if its for you.


ART LAB PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

ART TO MARKET INCUBATOR LAB Business skills and lab time for the artist interested in creative commerce. Designed as a next step for career artists. Each mentored session starts with a business and marketing lecture followed by lab time to focus on personal goals with professional guidance. Artists start by setting short-term and long-term goals for achieving success as a professional artist.

New session begins: WEDNESDAYS March 1 - 29 1 PM - 4 PM New Sat session to start in April. $120 per month Business skills and lab time for the artist interested in creative commerce.

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EXERCISING THE UNKNOWN w/MR. MAXX MOSES MARCH 26 Sunday Workshop

Noon - 2 PM $30 Individual /$50 Couple + Say Word Books available for $15 Exercising The Unknown is a creative workshop for breaking down barriers. Yes, it’s easy for us to blame politicians who instill fear about building walls and imposing travel bans but what about the walls we’ve created within our own minds? The walls we cannot see. Behind the walls of our minds exist expansive thoughts, creative power and vivid imagination that leads to innovation healthy solutions and playfulness. Maxx Moses; the Author of Say Word, implements pencils, paper and markers as basic tools to unlock the creative freedom hidden behind the walls of our minds. His workshop is a very fast paced process of creative interaction, collaborative conversations and fascinating questions offering little or no time to think. Just create and respond! However, we must warn you that throughout this 2 hour workshop you will not learn anything! Our method is purely about unlearning and the goal is that you leave this workshop as a blank canvass. Empty, open and ready for newness. No art experience is required. Ages 13 and up are welcome, as we encourage the blending of the young and the old within our workshops.

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URBAN ART

LIVINGINTHECITY


BAMA ART

Mind Eraser • Bama Art • Spray Paint, Acrylic and India Ink Mixed media


Abstract expressionism artistry. India ink is Bama Art’s main focal point on most of all her paintings. Using spray paints and acrylics for color and added depth, her ink drawings flow through out the painting. The stark India ink on white canvas is also common in many of Bama’s art pieces. The abstract brush work is unique in the manner of it has no order, but has a special ability to open up the viewers mind with a unique interpretation of what they see and project from the subconscious. She has been professionally displaying and doing live art shows since 2008, native Californian, now living in Mission Beach, San Diego CA.

bamainkart@gmail.com bamainkart.com Facebook: bamainkart Instagram: @bamainkart


MARY BEHNAM “My abstract art is intended to evoke an emotion or a thought, which might not necessarily be my own, it’s my own magical spell that feels like home no matter where I am.”

Jaune • Mary Behnam • Acrylic I have lived in San Diego since I was 12 years old. My painting “Prospect Street” was inspired by my life in an urban setting of professionals, students, and artists. The gold represents the opulence of the rich and influential. It is the duality of the of classes and what I see when I walk the downtown streets. Lots of wealth and beauty but also inequality of the homeless and less fortunate. It is the duality of life which I experience while walking in the downtown streets of my hometown: the splendor of the city juxtaposed with the plight of the homeless and less fortunate who roam the streets.


Stages • Mary Behnam • Acrylic

Mom • Mary Behnam • Acrylic

mary@marybehnam.com marybehnam.com Instagram: @mary.behnam.art


RANDALL BYERS

Diamonds on Diamonds • Randall Byers • Crystal Glass Diamonds and Rhinestones


What art is, it’s not up to whether anyone wins or loses. A lot of artist do not see the day their art is truly appreciated. And it is that philosophy towards art, that I really truly live by. I am emotional. I want to create. I am constantly exploring my imagination. I am a here to give life to material objects. I have that burning desire. But deep down, I truly enjoy the process art so much more than the result. My art is all about being loud but dignified!!!! The WOW factor is found in most of my pieces. Blame it on the blingbling but honestly I put a lot of time finding pieces that will look classic, seek and timeless. I am a extremely meticulous artist that most people can’t understand my tolerance and patience to the process. I did not start exploring my artist side till late teen early 20’s so I still have so much to learn and create!!

Masks • Randall Byers • Crystal and Leather

randallbyers@gmail.com etsy.com/shop/RhinestonedDesigns


PATRICIA FLORES “I am seeking. I am striving. I am in it with all my heart.” - Vincent van Gogh

Freedom, Pretty Woman and Serenity • Patricia Flores • Acrylic


I’ve always enjoyed colors, drawing and to create, but it wasn’t until 2013 when I started painting classes that I developed my love for art. Since 2014 I’ve participated in collective Expos. My inspiration is love, spirituality and animals. I believe each one of my pieces show a little bit of my soul. Paintingsbypattyf@gmail.com Facebook: Paintings by Patty Instagram: @paintingsbypattyf


DENNIS GREENHILL “Art doesn’t exist: It is the viewer who lives through it.”

London Eye • Dennis Greenhill • Photography


Photographs on this page: The Lonely Walk D-Day The Lion’s Yawn

From the moment I picked up the camera at age 13, I knew it would be a lifelong companion. But it wasn’t until age 42 I truly understood the power of Black and White imagery. Black and White imagery has a unique quality of being both devoid and full of emotion. To me, it is just as important that I tell a story, as it is to let the viewer imprint their own story onto an image. Influences include: Ansel Adams, Franchesca Woodman, Vivian Meir, Jim Morrison, and Thomas Magelson.

pixies.ghe@gmail.com greenhillsent.com Facebook: dennisgreenhillphotography Instagram and Twitter: @dennisgreenhill


CAYCE HANALEI “I think all art should challenge its creator and make it’s viewer realize that there is beauty and unity in imperfections.”

Withered Beauty • Oil • Cayce Hanalei


My work is mostly portraits and I do consider myself a professional portrait artist. I enjoy painting people not only because the human figure is fascinating but no matter who you are we all have one thing in common, we are ALL human. Regardless of religion, color, race, sexual orientation, we all have something beautiful and unique within us. I find it extremely therapeutic when I try to expose that truth in each piece. It’s a revelation that I try to instill in all of my work. I want my viewers to relook at something they see every day, their human nature, and see it laced with value and beauty.

Prophet • Oil • Cayce Hanalei

Removing the Old Kingdom • Oil • Cayce Hanalei

hanaleiartworks.com Facebook: CayceHanaleiWheelock Instagram and Twitter: @hanaleiartworks


PAUL W KOESTER “Art is an expression of that which is within us; It is a release of energy from the soul that expresses itself and manifests into what we call art.”

Puss’n Boots • Paul W Koester • Photography

As a photographer the majority of my work reflects two places or states of being, a yin and yang of sorts. One reflecting the workings of the city: the art, the structures, the people, the life, the culture, the grit and all of its realities. I present these observances in a unique manner based on my perspective, the feeling I want to convey becomes artistic and visual. The next place is my “zen” time, my form of meditation. Where I get away from it all, or as much as humanly possible. Here is where I create my nature landscapes and capture the beauty and pureness of that which is the standard of perfection.


A Place to Wonder• Paul W Koester • Photography

In-Koh-Pah Sunset • Paul W Koester • Photography

artist_perspective@yahoo.com Artist-Perspective.com Facebook : pkoester1 Facebook: Artistperspective1 Instagram: @paulwkoester


JESSICA KRANTZ Adversity is the prosperity of the great; kites rise against, not with the wind.”

“Tu Ne Sais Rien” translated: You Know Nothing. To paint or create is to show a bit of your soul. Where words fail, colors and strokes convey. I find that my work lately, is very guided towards self-reflection. Even though each creation has a story and a reason to exist that is in relation to my own personal journey - they are more often than not interpreted according to the viewer’s state of being and life. This is what I like; as I want each viewer to learn something about themselves, while simultaneously questioning the environment in which this gypsy lives. It is my humble opinion that when you lock eyes with her, you will come to understand that “you know nothing” about her and she knows nothing about you. Hopefully leaving you to ponder the question “Who is she? “Who are you” and what is the common ground when you know nothing of the other?


“Tu Ne Sais Rien” translated: You Know Nothing. • Jessica Krantz • Mixed Media

krantzmt@gmail.com Instagram: @ jmk_art


BARRY LA FOLLETTE

Chair • Barry La Follette • Oil I’ve always enjoyed the vibrancy of living in the city. The solitude of trees has always spoken to me and I like painting and drawing them. Most recently I’ve been enjoying the freedom of pop art, as expressed in my Statue of Liberty and Chair pieces, as well as my art shoes shown in this collection.


On this page: Statue of Liberty • Acrylic Trees • Encaustic Acrylic

barrylafollette@yahoo.com Instagram: @blafolletteart


MOIRA LUMPKIN “Let art open your mind and awaken your soul”

Lahaina Moon • Moira Lumpkin • Acrylic


This page: No Nets Scripps Pier

I’m a San Diego based artist who creates paintings using acrylic on canvas. My style is a blend of modernist abstract styles - strong brush strokes, rich textures and vibrant colors. My art themes include surf and landscapes from different perspectives - sky and ocean, or sometimes figures or ideas that convey a message. I try bring a little abstract into the painting instead of a photo image to leave room for the imagination. When painting, I often listen to music to help guide me and let the paintbrush lead the way. I try to spread awareness about our oceans and the creatures that inhabit it, with love and respect to all beings and places. I try to create positive xen-inspired images to enlighten the soul, communicate a concept and recapture that moment and put it on canvas.

moira@moirasart.com moirasart.com Instagram: @moira3lov


CRISINDA LYONS “Art is my solace, which gives me energy.”

Night • Crisinda • Fused Glass

The beauty found in glass can rival that of the most precious gems or metal, yet we also find it in the windows of our home or simply holding the water and food at our table. I strive for beauty and whimsy as well as function in my work that appeals to both the artistic and the everyday. I love tempting folks to touch and wonder how I made that bit of magic happen.


This page: Ocean Mystery Sunlit Ocean

crisinda104@gmail.com crisinda.com Facebook: cindy.lyons.9279 Instagram: @crisinda_lyons_


SANDRA MANCILLA “Color is my day long obsession, joy and torment.” - Claude Monet

Knot • Sandra Mancilla • Acrylic Art was one of my passions since I was a little girl. Now every time I paint, I connect myself with my childhood, my memories and colors, lots of colors. Always been fascinated by paintings and sculptures. I admire and respect nature, that’s where my inspiration comes from, specially trees. My dream is to show my emotions through my paintings and also the connection between my hand, my brain and my heart.


This page: First Encounter Second Encounter You Know

Sandramancillavicari.art@gmail.com Facebook: Sandramancillavicari.art Instagram: sandramancillavicari.art


TEEM OSBORN “I have wanted to be a artist my whole life and now I am.”

Expatriados • Teem Osborn • Mixed Media


My style can be described as humorous,genuine,authentic,simple and maybe a little bit naive. I am a self taught artist, I create art based on how I feel and my emotions at the time. I like color and simple shapes,and words that covey a feeling. I like to use collage or recycled things as I create my art. I have over time developed more techniques and am greatly influenced by current events, popular culture, and what I observe on a daily basis. I create a lot of art that has animals, people or events that most people can relate to. I believe the process of creating art, and the emotions it unleashes, forms a connection with people. I want to show my positive attitude, laughter and ironic perspective of life through my art.

This page: Art Gate First People

teemstir@gmail.com teemstir.com Facebook: teemstir Instagram: @teemstirgram


BRYAN REINKE “My fine art photography is a raw and natural experience in its purest form.”

Pillars• Bryan Reinke • Photography My art originates from my soul, my experiences, and the environment around me. The process cannot be forced in any way and has to manifest naturally. Although my work may have a theme, it’s more of a feeling I try to evoke rather than a message. Meaning is irrelevant to me. I am more interested in hearing the viewer’s interpretation and the different feelings that are stirred up within. All my photos are captured on 35mm film. I shoot, develop, and print everything myself. The whole process is very spiritual and every print is truly one of a kind.


My work walks the line between what is known and the unknown. I am the medium. Through me the art is manifested from the other side.

lgs111@yahoo.com Instagram: @draculas_depressed


ASTHA SAINI “Art must be an expression of love or it is nothing.” - Marc Chagall I best engage with myself through lines in motion. My work is narrative and thoughtful. It tells a story. It is bold and powerful while it carries with it the fluidity of each emotion. I mostly always begin with writing few words that convey the sentiment I want to depict through my art work. It is a process of evolving and giving form to an idea that sometimes becomes a journey. We all in some way, silently keep living with the parallel culture and sub culture that ignites our mind and our soul. Parallel lines, ignite mine. Unnamed • Astha Saini • Ink & Watercolor Mixed Media

Last Leaf • Astha Saini • Ink & Watercolor Mixed Media


Unfinished Romance • Astha Saini • Ink & Watercolor Mixed Media

astha.saini@gmail.com Instagram: @theunwalled


JON SAVAGE

My artworks take a critical view of blending pop art and classical subjects. In my work, I deconstruct the classical subjects that are a part of my childhood and adult cultures. By incorporating a positive vibe, my work reproduces familiar classical subjects by arranging them into digital art. Often times these themes are combined into installations that feature stripes as abstract bases on sunrises/sunsets with different color temperatures. The color scheme of a sunrise/ sunset establishes a good morning or good night, suggests the notion of good vibe, and formally unifies the disparate objects in each installation. The artworks provide clues to interpret the content. Each project often consists of multiple works, often in a range of different media, grouped around specific themes and meanings. During research and productions, new areas of interest arise and lead to a positive feeling.


Moods of Highways • Jon Savage • Giclée on Matte Paper Fences • Jon Savage • Giclée on Matte Paper

jonsavagegallery@gmail.com jonsavagegallery.com Facebook: jonlsavage Instagram: @jonsavagegallery


INGRID SCHRAUFSTATTER “Art comforts, even when the subject is serious.”

Alas, Hellas • Ingrid Schraufstatter • Oil


This page: Still Upright • Ingrid Schraufstatter • Oil Palmyra Cries • Ingrid Schraufstatter • Oil

Art to me has always meant to express my emotions in a way that cannot be easily captured by words, where the image conveys both reality and mystery. Growing up in Post -World War II Germany, it has always been important for me to stand up for humanitarian values and freedom. Artistically, the art that surrounded me growing up, German Expressionism and New Objectivity, have influenced my approach. I find it difficult to describe my style, because it comprises expressionist, surrealist and abstract elements, and while I need a narrative, I want the subject to stay somewhat mysterious. Working primarily in oils and encaustics, I like the blur juxtaposed with hard edges mirroring the concept of a concrete idea and its mystification.

ischraufstatter@outlook.com ingridschraufstatter.com


OPTIMUS VOLTS “I can create and only you can decide if it’s beautiful or not.”

MMMMM…….Donuts.....Bitches! • Mixed Media • Optimus Volts


I am a self-taught contemporary urban artist seeking an opportunity to exhibit my unique and original artwork in the greater metropolitan areas of the world including Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Tokyo, London and more. My art can be described as an environmentally supportive collection of artwork. I recycle empty (used) spray paint cans to make standing sculptures and wall sculptures. My work also includes paintings, modern art, fashion/jewelry designer, furniture designer and graphic design.

optimusvolts.com Instagram : @optimus_volts


JOCELYNE WRIGHT “Without art, all hope would die.”

#thestruggleisreal • Jocelyne Wright • Color pencil

My interest has always been in expressing myself through creative outlets such as art, music, photography and travel. I find that art allows me to express emotions and react to life in a way that resonates with others. As a world citizen, I’ve been to 14 countries, and I draw inspiration from the cultures and places that I’ve traveled to. Sometimes, when I’m in a big city, I just stand and look at the buildings that surround me and take them in. This piece is meant to illustrate how large cities can feel immense and overwhelming, as if the buildings are crowding you...until you find your own world within them.


Residual Healing • Jocelyne Wright• Mixed Media

wrightjsd@gmail.com Instagram : @ world.traveller.citizen


PUP ART exhib art exhibition ABK 2014.

The opening kickoff of the first Top Artists event in downtown SD. Photo credit Xavier Bailey

I have been an art promoter in San Diego since 2013 and have loved every minute of it. My objective is to help rising artists hungry for exposure, establish a niche in the art scene by encouraging and motivating their creativity. Artists’ talent are featured at venues frequented by patrons that may not necessarily go to a gallery. It’s exciting to see local businesses, such as Mike Hess Brewing, Bar Basic and Hammond’s Gourmet Ice Cream, embrace and support local artists. topartistssd@gmail.com Facebook: Artbykami Instagram : @abk_topartists


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THE EARTH WITHOUT A R T IS JUST EH. PUP ART exhibit, the first art exhibition hosted by ABK 2014.

WaterWorks Art exhibit participating artists line up @MikeHessBrewing.


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SHOWCASE

THEBUSINESSOFART


The Anatomy of Autonomy• John Vincent Aranda • Collage

Mission Federal ArtWalk, San Diego Visual Arts Network and The Studio Door have partnered to create a unique opportunity for local artists with this year’s The Business of Art scholarship in conjunction with the 33rd Annual Mission Federal ArtWalk in Little Italy held on April 29 and 30. The Business of Art scholarship is awarded to one lucky art student or emerging artist who has a body of work to showcase and is interested in selling their artwork. The scholarship includes a booth at the prestigious art festival, professional development throughout 2017, and an impressive marketing package. Over 30 student and emerging artists applied this year. The winner of the scholarship is Mikaela McLeish. Twelve of this year’s applicants have been invited to share their artistry in this month’s gallery showcase, which will hang alongside of the main exhibition Living in the City • Urban Art.


Corporate Anxiety 2 • Kaegan Cusenbary • Oil • 36” x 36”

INVITED ARTISTS: Alejandro Angeles John Vincent Aranda Maria Aranes Rachel Blaser Dania Brett Devon Browning Kaegan Cusenbary GMONIK Mikaela McLeish Jessica Newman Michelle Montrose Tim Rayko


MIKAELA MCLEISH 2017 THE BUSINESS OF ART SCHOLAR Having recently received her BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute, Mikaela is a figurative oil painter constructing images from photo-montages of found photography to explore beauty through the grotesque.

The Yellow Wallpaper • Mikaela McLeish • Oil

Please join Mikaela at this year’s Mission Federal Artwalk SATURDAY • APRIL 29 • 11 AM - 6 PM SUNDAY • APRIL 30 • 11 AM - 6 PM


Hypersomnolence• Mikaela McLeish • Oil

mikaelamcleish@gmail.com mikaelamcleish.com Facebook:mikaelsamcleishart


MUSIC IN THE GALLERY Featuring:

THIS SAXOPHONE KILLS FACISTS Arrington de Dionyso of Old Time Relijun NOTHINGful THE BECHDELS (Meg & Bat from G Burns Jug Band)

Organized by Sasha Syeed WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8 6:30 - 9:30 PM $10

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#XpressIt Open Mic SATURDAY, MARCH 4 ARTIST RECEPTION STARTS AT 6 MICS GO LIVE FROM 7 - 9 PM

Black Xpression is a communitybased platform created in order to “Xpress” what individuals are passionate about.

THE STUDIO DOOR IN THE NEWS MEDIA COVERAGE

The Third Annual THE CROW SHOW was featured in PACIFIC MAGAZINE’s Art Pulse and Mid-City Publications including NORTH PARK NEWS, COLLEGE AREA and others.

The Business of Art Award Announcement appeared in Art Guide San Diego. Click on article summaries to read and watch The Studio Door’s latest media coverage.

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GALLERY

APRIL 7 - 29, 2017 • INVITATIONAL Organized by Carlos Castrejon (Studio C) and Laura Lehman Reception - SATURDAY, APRIL 8 5:30 - 8:30 PM

MAY 5 - 28, 2017 • JURIED, NATIONAL EXHIBIT Juried by Rawi Nanakul, The Art of Beer (Sacramento) Reception - SATURDAY, MAY 6 6:00 - 9:00 PM

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MAY 20, 2017 • JURIED, REGIONAL EXHIBIT Organized by North Park Main Street and The Studio Door Juried by Patric Stillman, Director of The Studio Door

CALLS

JUNE 2 - 25 2017 • JURIED, NATIONAL EXHIBIT Juried by Alex Fialho, VISUAL AIDS Programs Director, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Research Reception - SATURDAY, JUNE 3 6:00 - 9:00 PM

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PICTURE PERFECT

THE CROW SHOW 2017 • 1/Best in Show artists Theresa Misner (Crabtree, OR) with Patric Stillman • 2/ Jon Jones, Brian Baxter, Optimus Volts, Paul W Koester and Adam Nichol THOMAS JEFFERSON ELEMENTARY • 4/ Ms Cindy, Ms Donna and Mr Pat help students in grades 4 & 5 create posters for North Park Festival of the Arts. 5/ Girl floating on air - a work in progress 6/ This year’s theme is music - a work in progress.

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THE CROW SHOW 2017 • 1/ Model and muse Kayla poses with a crow in front of Hyacinthe Baron’s A Tale of Crows • 2/ Jon Savage and his work C.C. • 3/ Amy Misner, a happy patron with her latest acquisition from Chris Smith’s studio • 4/The latest mural at The Studio Door created during the workshop Making Murals with Maxx • 5/ Studio Artist Stefan Talian celebrates his birthday with his annual solo art exhibition.

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STUDIO ARTISTS

CRISINDA crisinda.com

DENNIS DIZON dadiartist.com HYACINTHE KULLER BARON hyacinthebaron.com EVELYN LOSS evelynloss.com DIXIE MCCARTHY dixiemccarthyart.com DANNÉ SADLER dannesadler.com CHRIS SMITH hooliganarts.com PATRIC STILLMAN my-reality.com STEFAN TALIAN stefantalian.com CHRISTINA ILENE THOMAS christinailenethomas.com

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DOCUMENTS AND PICTURES Exhibition PATRIC STILLMAN with his artwork FAMILY OF EIGHT 1937 at Poway Center for the Performing Arts [San Diego Museum of Art Artists Guild]


JOYFUL DANCE DENNIS DIZON MIXED MEDIA 36” x 34”

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COMMUNITY PARTNERS THE STUDIO DOOR is proud to collaborate with regional and national partners that share in the interests and realities of the creative community. Success in the arts world comes from partnerships that can help you realize your potential. As you seek out your own community, please take time to explore our partner’s websites and support them when you can. The journey is sweeter when shared! Click logos for more details. MARKETING PARTNERS

INTERNATIONAL CALL FOR ARTISTS

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BUSINESS TO BUSINESS

ARTIST TO EDUCATOR

ARTIST TO ARTIST

We would like you to think creatively how your business could benefit by partnering with The Studio Door this year.

Success requires understand the complexities of the art industry. The Studio Door can help enhance your classroom.

Expanded possibilities exist at The Studio Door for the public. Consider hiring us to help you with your next career move.

• Art Acquisitions • Event Sponsorship • Special Event Space • Staff-building Art Retreats • Marketing Competitions • Local Artist Network • Customized Opportunities

• Gallery Tours • Studio Tours • Arts Speaking Engagement • Student and Faculty Retreats • Student Internships • Customized Opportunities

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SPONSORSHIP

Gallery Events Gallery Exhibitions Creativity Retreats Creative Incubator Lab Professional Development Customized Opportunities

OPPORTUNITIES

The Studio Door is seeking community partners to enhance two exceptional national exhibitions in 2017: TAVERN celebrating Beer Culture [May] PROUD showcasing LGBTQ artists. [June] Possible benefits include: • Billing as event sponsor • Logo inclusion in marketing • Advertising in The Monthly virtual news magazine and links from on-line event pages • Opportunity to utilize space within the gallery as a month-long marketing opportunity • And Much More!

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Old Friends • Oil • by BARRY LA FOLLETTE

The Monthly (March 2017)  

Inside track on San Diego's premiere visual arts gallery and studios in San Diego, California.

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