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"FIFTH ANNUAL SANTA ANA ARTWALK FEATURES KALEIDOSCOPE OF FINE ART"
1999-10-09 until 0000-00-00
Santa Ana Council on Arts and Culture
Santa Ana, CA, USA United States of America

More than 50 galleries and studios, including Bowers Museum, will open their doors to the public from Noon to 5 p.m. for self-guided tours during the Fifth Annual Santa Ana Artwalk, Oct. 9, 1999. The event takes place in and around the downtown Santa Ana area, with free shuttle service to various sites.

Santa Anas vigorous mission to become a cultural and arts Mecca has attracted internationally renowned as well as emerging artists to the conclaves and galleries of the Santa Ana art scene. The public is invited to experience the diverse contemporary art of this community during the last Santa Ana ArtWalk of the Century. The ArtWalk is sponsored by the Santa Ana Council on Arts and Culture.

Highlights of the ArtWalk include:

Salon of the Theatres -- features fully functioning, lavish miniature theatres built from designs of opera houses from Europes past. The designer/artist, Joseph Musil, turns the clock back more than one hundred years with this showcase. Musil, a master designer, spearheaded the restoration of the El Capitan Theatre in Los Angeles. The Salon, itself, is a replica of the long-ago demolished Strand Theatre in Long Beach.

The Advertising Art Building - A haven of more than 25 artists featuring gallery quality furniture made out of car bodies including a 1957 Chevy; decorative inlaid and hand painted screens; giant Jazz and Blues cutouts of oil, acrylic and wood construction; highly incisive portraits and figurative paintings; and imaginative icon representations on black board and metal construction.

The East Village Workshops - A downtown art building featuring Zen rock water gardens, tabletop fountains, photography, skyscapes and dynamic abstracts in oils, acrylic and watercolor.

ArtWalk maps will be available at the information booth on Sycamore and 2nd St. on the day of the event and prior to the event by calling the ArtWalk Committee at (714) 543-1856.


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