Immortalized: Timeless Idols, Pinups, and Pin Stripes
ArtHatch and Distinction Gallery are pleased to announce their fourth annual art exhibit devoted to hot rods and customs of distinction.
In conjunction, Escondido's "Cruisin Grand" will have a line-up of the finest and most unique customs and hot rods covered with pin stripes, flames, and other exciting elements.
All artwork will be auctioned off starting at $100, with a portion of the proceeds going to Distinction's annual art scholarship donation for Palomar College students.
Exhibit runs August 6 to September 6.
ArtHatch and Distinction Gallery are excited to present a debut solo exhibition featuring the art of Victor Roman. This exhibit will showcase Roman’s current paintings focusing on figurative subjects presented with a mix of classical perspective and urban technique.
Exhibit runs September 9 to October 4.
This exhibit will showcase Koopman’s most current paintings, focusing on figurative and pop surrealist subjects presented in an urban-illustrative style.
Caia Koopman is a preeminent pop surrealism artist who has been featured in prominent galleries from California to Canada and France. Over the years, her paintings have graced the walls of Thinkspace, Spacejunk, and La Luz De Jesus Galleries as well as the pages of numerous books and magazines.
The exhibition will run from October 7 to November 1.
ArtHatch, founded in 2004, is a volunteer-run, nonprofit art center located in downtown Escondido. This 7000-square-foot space hosts over 50 emerging artists. The center is geared toward young artists (teen-college). They offer free supplies and studio space to budding artists in exchange for volunteer work. The point is to foster creativity in youth. Art Hatch has ongoing exhibitions and offers classes to the public. Hours of operation are Tuesday through Friday, 11–6; Saturday, 12–5. The second Saturday of each month, Art Hatch hosts receptions with open studios, live music, Stone Beer, and wine from 6–10 p.m.
Saturday, September 13, 6:00 p.m.
Saturday, October 11, 6:00 p.m.
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