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Gallery Q Toasts Winning Senior Artists


Winning artist Corinne Matser, left, receives congratulations from Mayor Jane Egly, center, with Gallery Q arts manager Carole Zavala.

Based on the preferences of visitors to the Susi Q Center’s senior artists exhibition, Mayor Jane Egly awarded purple ribbons last week to artists in three categories.


Marianne van der Veer’s work, “Madonna” was selected as “most likely to be in a museum,” Corinne Matser’s “U Go Girl,” was chosen as the “Most Off the Wall/On the Wall” piece, and Ellen Rose’s “My Mother’s Shawl” was voted the piece that they would most like to own.


Over 120 votes were cast.


Egly joined artists and visitors and board members of the Festival of Arts, who recently awarded the Susi Q $2,000 for its efforts to showcase artists of all ages.


Art Workshop Sets Up at Mammal Center


Laguna Outreach for Community Arts offers a docent tour and art class Saturday, April 7, at 9 a.m. at the Pacific Marine Mammal Center.


After seeing rescued sea lions being nursed back to health, artist Olivia Batchelder offers instruction on creating a sea lion portrait, using acrylic on canvas.


Adults $20, $15 ages 6 and up; advance registration required. Register online at www.LOCAarts.org or call (949)363-4700.


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