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Wednesday, July 6,2011
Cover artist

Janine Wareham

The woman behind the positive message on the front page of this week’s CityBeat

By Kinsee Morlan
Janine Wareham’s work is whimsical, comical, often cheery and always delightfully weird. “Yes,” the piece on CityBeat’s cover this week, is a simple sketch that’s part of a larger project.
Wednesday, June 29,2011
Cover artist

Bryan Snyder

The guy behind the surfing van Gogh on the cover of CityBeat this week

By Kinsee Morlan
Bryan Snyder’s “Cardiff Kook Van Gogh,” the art on the cover of CityBeat this week, was a temporary installation on the famous surfing sculpture that stands about 16 feet tall just off Highway 101 in Cardiff-by-the-Sea
Wednesday, June 15,2011
Cover artist

JFeather

The guy behind the wild bathroom on the front page of this week’s CityBeat

By Kinsee Morlan
You might not recognize the bathroom on the cover of CityBeat this week (unless you’ve had to pee while checking out art at Alexander Salazar’s Fine Art Auction House).
Wednesday, June 1,2011
Cover artist

Tim Cantor

The artist behind the pretty pink tree on the front page of this week’s CityBeat

By Kinsee Morlan
Like most of Cantor’s work, “Beauty’s Privilege,” the piece on CityBeat’s cover this week, has a detailed emotional story behind it.
Wednesday, May 18,2011
Cover artist

Toygami

The guy behind the urban origami on the front page of this week’s CityBeat

By Kinsee Morlan
Three years ago, there’s no way Edwards would have guessed he’d end up in the scrapbooking aisle at Michaels.
Wednesday, April 20,2011
Cover artist

Roy Kerckhoffs

The photographer behind the urban decay on the front page of this week’s CityBeat

By Kinsee Morlan
In the winter of 2008, Roy Kerckhoffs took his Nikon to an out-of-service steel production plant in Germany. It was cold and foggy, and Kerckhoffs spent the day climbing up old blast furnaces and exploring the industrial plant.
Wednesday, April 6,2011
Cover artist

Shay Davis

The guy behind the ferocious lions on the front page of this week’s CityBeat

By Kinsee Morlan
For his upcoming solo show opening at Escondido’s Distinction Gallery (317 E. Grand Ave.) at 6 p.m. Saturday, April 9, artist Shay Davis has painted his modernized take on the seven deadly sins and the seven virtues.
Wednesday, March 30,2011
Cover artist

Mike Calway-Fagen

The guy behind the dead animals on the front page of this week’s CityBeat

By Kinsee Morlan
When artist Mike Calway-Fagen set out to build “The Progression of Regression,” the work of art on this week’s cover of CityBeat, the first challenge was finding a stuffed dog.
Wednesday, March 23,2011
Cover artist

Nate Schnell

The guy behind the little red dude on the front page of this week’s CityBeat

Nate Schnell is new to San Diego. A few years ago, he packed up and moved from Austin, Texas, to a small mountain town in Colorado (full disclosure:  Schnell showed his work at my gallery while I lived in Colorado).
Wednesday, March 9,2011
Cover artist

Jorge ‘Chucho’ Hernandez

The guy behind the street artist on the front page of this week’s CityBeat

By Kinsee Morlan
To the graffiti artists who pick up this week’s paper and eyeball the cover, it may look like something’s missing.
 
 
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