Saturday, July 11, 2020

Coronado Artist Judy Mandel to Showcase Artwork at Liberty Station ArtWalk

Coronado acrylic artist, Judy Mandel, who’s been featured during the Celebrate Local Artists banner series on Orange Avenue, will be showcasing her work at ArtWalk @ Liberty Station happening on Saturday, August 10 and Sunday, August 11 in the Arts District at Liberty Station.

From Judy’s website:

“Coronado my home…Where my heart is…This caring energetic community is not only beautiful but is an inspiration for my art and my soul. Longing to live in California I moved to San Diego from NYC and found my home in Coronado. The small town with handsome sailors, Ocean and delightful flower gardens…Arriving in SD I opened a private art school which offered art classes to adults and children. Within a few years The ART ROOM become a studio of budding young talent. In addition, I had found a niche in advertising and established the E and M Agency, in which I was creative director and owner.”

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Judy received a BS degree in Art from Pratt Institute and a MS degree from Adelphi University. Presently her studio is located at Emerald C gallery. Judy invites you to ArtWalk @ Liberty Station to “see my paintings and enjoy their spirit.”

 

 


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About ArtWalk @ Liberty Station

The fine arts festival brings visual arts, music and interactive art experiences to the historic San Diego community all weekend long.

ArtWalk @ Liberty Station will return to Ingram Plaza for its 14th year of “Connecting Creative Communities” on Saturday, August 10 and Sunday, August 11 in the Arts District at Liberty Station. The fine arts festival brings visual arts, music and interactive art experiences to the historic San Diego community all weekend long. Thousands can peruse through the garden browsing artwork and enjoying food, wine and beer, and live entertainment at the two-day, free event.

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“The 14th Annual ArtWalk @ Liberty Station will elevate the grounds of San Diego’s premier art and cultural venue with art from talented local, national and international artists surrounding the picturesque rose garden,” said Sandi Cottrell, ArtWalk San Diego’s Director. “Artists will share their works of art with the San Diego community. Summer visitors, first-time art buyers and avid collectors can explore and purchase art directly from artists that travel from all over the US and Mexico. There are also many kid-friendly projects and interactive art experiences that will make attendees of all ages discover the artist within them.”

Every medium of art will be on display including painting, sculpture, glasswork, fine jewelry, photography and more. In addition to the works of art, San Diego locals and visitors can expect live music; KidsWalk, an interactive art area for families; street food options and a wine and beer pavilion.

The Liberty Station venue for the festival also gives attendees an opportunity to visit a wide array of restaurants, galleries and working artist studios. Attendees can spend the day exploring art of all kinds at this event.

Each of ArtWalk San Diego’s three annual festivals support their non-profit partner, ArtReach, which delivers high-quality art education to K-8 schools throughout San Diego, focusing on Title One Schools.  Many of the programs ArtReach offers are provided at no cost to schools.

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