Coronado Ferry Landing Art Walk
Saturday, October 20 at 10:00 AM to Sunday, October 21 at 5:00 PM
Coronado Ferry Landing, Coronado, CA
In 1983, Ronda Mills founded West Coast Artists and for over 30 years she has produced many of the finest art festivals throughout Southern California, Arizona and Nevada. The events promoted by Ronda feature exceptional artists and craftsmen offering high quality original artwork, from throughout the Western United States. West Coast Artists’ events have been among the highest-rated, superior-quality fine art shows in California.
Her goal is to bring to appreciative new audiences a wealth of ever-changing art from accomplished artists and craftsmen. The artists provide their patrons a finer appreciation that comes from sharing time and space with a piece of art, watching the sun color and shade a work over the course of an afternoon.
West Coast Artists’ shows are distinguished by scope of diversity and the wide variety of fine art. Presented are innovative works in differing styles of contemporary, traditional, modern, and southwest art for the discriminating individual or corporate collector. Hundreds of talented artists are proud to present their unique work in acrylic, collage, etchings, mixed media, oils, pencil, watercolors, digital and traditional photography.
Contemporary craftsmen present unique styles of individually handcrafted functional and decorative pottery, raku, turned wood vessels and gourd art. Among the objects of art you will find at any one of the many shows are one-of-a-kind works of sculpture in a variety of media such as bronze, clay, blown glass, paper, metal, stone and wood. Gifted artisans present their original custom designed and fabricated jewelry, art furniture, stained glass, and weavings. There is something for every taste and budget, be it a simple gift or the keepsake of a lifetime.
West Coast Artists’ shows are truly unique fusion of art, culture, and living. They are like 100 galleries at the same place and time, in a beautiful outdoor setting.
Admission and parking are free. The event is handicap accessible.