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Nestled between the Pacific surf and sparkling San Diego Bay with its palm-lined boulevards, Coronado is pretty as a postcard. The town’s picturesque setting is accentuated by a plethora of public art dotted around the island.
San Diego Magazine recently featured Coronado’s treasure trove of artistic wonders in its September issue. Heidi Wilson, Chair of Coronado’s Public Art Subcommittee, narrowed down her Top 5 picks (scroll down to Coronado section)– two of which are my personal favorites!
Following are my five fav public artworks in Coronado. …
September is Arts Month here in San Diego, and we’re celebrating with everything from art walks to film festivals. But regardless of what month you visit, San Diego is a top destination for lovers of all forms of art.
Some of the city’s most intriguing artworks take a little bit of sleuthing to discover. Fortunately, you’ve got your own personal guide right here! Join me for a video tour as I search out some of San Diego’s hidden artistic treasures.
Want to track down these works of art yourself? Visit these helpful sites and put together a do-it-yourself San Diego …
The tours will last 45 minutes to an hour and be offered twice a day on weekends at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Each year, ArtWalk on the Bay celebrates that spirit by packing as many artists and art pieces into Embarcadero Marina Park North (right where Seaport Village is) this weekend as possible, along with art teachers, musicians (on two stages), and even demonstrations from culinary artists. Read More…
My perennial favorite public art project is blooming again along the shores of San Diego Bay. Each year since 2003, the Port of San Diego has commissioned artists to dream up fantastic, fanciful sculptures and install their “urban tree” on our waterfront.
What does Urban Trees version 6 have to offer?
Well, the trees are installed, the Port has posted a handy google map to guide you and they are definitely worth a leisurely …