On, Friday, August 14th from 7:00 – 9:30 pm, you can join my besties and myself as we learn how to create our own masterpiece while having a drink or two with friends! You’ll be taught by a professional instructor on painting techniques, all supplies are provided, and you get to take home your own work of art!
In the City of Temecula, art is everywhere. From the Gallery at the Merc to the “Art Off the Walls” at the Truax Building to the exhibits at the public library, high quality artwork can be found almost anywhere you look, even on the streets of Old Town – and I mean ON the streets of Old Town – when the Temecula Art and Street Painting Festival returns this weekend.
The City of Temecula prides itself on providing the community with hundreds of recreational opportunities for residents of all ages. This weekend, kids and their families have a chance to learn to draw animals in a whole new way.
Come on down to the outdoor plaza of the mall this Saturday, February 21st from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm because everyone’s invited to be a part of the Promenade Temecula’s Street Painting Workshop. Participants will be encouraged to use their creativity and imagination, while learning how to transfer a small 2D image into a full-scale work of asphalt art.
he City of Temecula is celebrated for bringing top-notch artistic opportunities to the members of the community and well as visitors and currently there are a number of city-sponsored art exhibitions available for viewing around town.
Gabriele Bitter knows firsthand the emotional power of art. Though mainly a contemporary abstract artist, Bitter also finds herself pursuing the medium of traditional printmaking, depending on her mood. Temecula residents have a chance to view and even purchase selections of both mediums at an exhibition all this month at the Gallery at the Merc in Old Town.
On the last Tuesday of every month, popular Old Town haunt, Crush & Brew, hosts a Craft Songwriter’s Showcase where local and regional songwriters and recording artists can come together and share their latest work, all while sampling some of the area’s best wines and microbrews.
Inspired by the whimsical work of Spanish artist Antoni Gaudi, Temecula resident Troi O’Rourke opened Barcelona Mosaics, where she creates extravagant works of art from previously ordinary objects.
The Temecula Valley’s artistic landscape is even wider this month with the addition of another stellar opportunity for the public, the Temecula Valley Art League’s Fall Juried Art show, now open in Old Town. On Friday, August 1st, dozens of art enthusiasts packed the Gallery at the Merc to kick off the annual exhibit.