Monday, September 21, 2020

Coronado Cultural Arts Commission Mothers Day Show: “Art Under the Umbrellas”

The Cultural Arts Commission, one of Coronado newest and busiest Commissions, is at it again. This current undertaking is called “Art Under the Umbrellas,” a scaled-down version of what the CCAC hopes will grow into a much larger yearly event. As a first-time experiment, six local artists have been invited to bring a table, an umbrella, and, of course, their own art, to the Coronado Golf Course Restaurant from 10:00 AM until 2PM on Sunday, May 12, coinciding with the restaurant’s popular Mothers Day Brunch.

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This could also be the perfect opportunity to purchase an original piece of art for the mothers in your life. Artist Tina Christiansen will have her delicate hand-painted scarves on display; architect/artist Dale St. Denis will offer a selection of unique glazed ceramics and handmade jewelry; painter Jean Pierre Marques will show his mesmerizing paintings, and gallery owner Linda Austin will present her own elegant jewelry. Completing the lineup will be the striking photography of Belle Mitchell Wood.

For information contact Cultural Arts Commissioner Susan Enowitz, event chair, at Enowitz, who retired last year as Executive Director of the Coronado Historical Association, would also like to remind everyone about CHA’s annual Coronado Historic Home Tour, scheduled to take place that same day, Mothers Day.

For Home Tour tickets and information, please contact the Coronado Visitor Center.

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