STIRAug 29, 2014An evening of visual art and sound pieces from some of San Diego's top creatives including Jason Sherry, Joshua Krause, Don Porcella, Anna Zappoli and more. There will also be live music and performance pieces.63 other events on Friday, August 29
If Jarod Farver has a skill—other than painting—that’s getting him places, it’s being a people person. After moving to San Diego four years ago, the abstract artist got his name and work out there by spending an equal amount of time networking.
There isn’t anywhere to sit at Stardust Donut Shop in Imperial Beach. From inside, 69-year-old Cliff Arnold waits on customers as they walk up to the little stand’s window and choose what they want from the modest selection of cult favorites like cinnamon rolls topped with peanuts.
There isn't anywhere to sit at Stardust Donut Shop in Imperial Beach. From inside, 69-year-old Cliff Arnold waits on customers as they walk up to the little stand's window and choose what they want from the modest selection of cult favorites like cinnamon rolls topped with peanuts.
A visit to Harry’s Coffee Shop reminded me of many of the reasons why I love the blue-col-lar food beat. The family-owned, classic diner has been around since 1960, with Harry’s sons continuing to operate it much the same way, I’d imagine, that their father did during his lifetime.
Erin Dace Behling grapples with how to label herself: artist, designer or craftsperson? The materials she uses change the function of otherwise familiar pieces of furniture; you wouldn’t want to plop down on her bench or circular settee, because what appears to be tufted material is actually concrete.
Kristina Micotti’s finely detailed illustration of a character she named “Captain Hook”—whose wild beard is composed of tangled fishing hooks—caught CityBeat art director Adam Vieyra’s eye before it wound up on our July 25 cover.
Where do artists get their ideas? In past Seen Local columns, some have credited their vivid dreams, while others said it's just a matter of sitting down and following where their mood or gut leads them. But what about pieces that demand tedium?