A solo exhibition of San Diego artist Scott Rohlfs entitled In Vogue, showcasing Rohlfs’ most current paintings.
As of February 2015, Scott Rohlfs’s art and limited editions will be showcased in 50 different galleries around the country. His art is best described as playful and seductive with a focus on the female figure.
The exhibition runs March 14 to April 4.
The Nightmare in Wonderland Part II
A group exhibition curated by Italian artist Ixie Darkonn entitled The Nightmare in Wonderland Part II featuring works by many top pop-surrealist artists from around the globe, all paying silent tribute to one of the darkest film directors of our time.
The exhibition runs April 11 to May 2.
A solo exhibition of San Diego artist Denise Bledsoe entitled Woolgathering featuring Bledsoe’s current mixed media sculptures and art figures.
The exhibition runs May 9 to June 6.
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, April 11, 6:00 p.m.
Saturday, June 6, 6:00 p.m.
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- "2014 Guide to the Arts in San Diego" · Feb. 12, 2014