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Summer art show at Z Cafe

BONSALL – A cool, refreshing, new art show, featuring watercolors by Eileen Pace and Carolyn Vice, began Aug. 1 and will continue through Oct. 31 at Z Cafe.

Pace and Vice met in 1971 when they were next-door neighbors and have taken many workshops and show in local galleries together.

Pace’s paintings of seascapes and still lifes tend to be smaller, high key works, sometimes called “little gems”. Although her art is representational, she concurs with later, abstract Picasso that “art is there to wash the every day dust from our souls.”

Vice has shown in juried shows (winning awards) plus Brandon Gallery, Pinnell Gallery, and has exhibited her work in several one woman shows. For the last six years she has taught art at the Zion Lutheran Church. She is also a musician, playing and teaching the Mountain Dulcimer throughout California and North Carolina.

Neill Ketchum is exhibiting new work and a few old pieces. She has been working with a friend making digital prints from her watercolors. One of her larger watercolors will be on display.

Downstairs, the wondrous work of Polo Garcia and Castillo continues. These two Baja painters are internationally acclaimed and show in prestigious galleries in La Jolla, Carmel, Palm Springs, or are privately commissioned. Because their work is high priced, limited editions of signed and numbered giclees are available.

Z Cafe is located 5256 S. Mission in the River Village Shopping Center.


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