San Diego DancesMar 06, 2015The PGK Dance Project and guest dancers team up for this fifth bi-annual show. Performances include a performance inspired by Jean Paul Satre and a special appearance by the SD Women's Chorus.75 other events on Friday, March 6
“In my paintings, I like to explore themes of isolation, disconnection and hypocrisy, all within grander themes of love, religion and society,” says Krissy Fernandez, who grew up in the Philippines and Guam before moving to San Diego.
Neko grew up around that scene and has been participating in it since 1991, after he was initially inspired by the Old English graffiti lettering he saw at Grant Hill Park. He points out the Golden Hill mural at the beginning of a nearly two-hour tour of some of his favorite street art around San Diego.
There’s just something about Kelly Vivanco’s eyes.Well, not so muchher eyes, although they are a striking bluish-gray. Rather, it’s the eyes in her signature mix of pop-surrealism and Renaissance portraiture.