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I was very lucky to turn 16 this summer on the island of Corsica. The beginning of the summer I spent three weeks with my family in England and Ireland. Then I flew to meet up with friends where I had the best birthday party ever. The day was full of surprises. My moms sent over 30 cards from friends and family, I ate incredible chocolate cake  and I got to go waterskiing in the Mediterranean.

Please visit the Facebook page to view the pictures from the Annual Guild meeting that was held at Gallery 21.  On exhibit were the members that participated in the Centenial Member's Exhibiton.  

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I signed up to demonstrate printmaking at the San Diego County Fair.  Watching me draw a new plate for etching is a little like watching grass grow, and isn’t very engaging for Fair attendees, so this year I wanted to do a demo of monotype printmaking. It is a little more painterly and more important, it works up faster.

Majestic Splendor

June 22, 2015 – La Mesa, CA

Artist Duke Windsor of Mt. Helix has been selected as the local artist to represent Senator Marty Block and the 39th Senate District for the 2015 – 2016 California State Senate Contemporary Art Collection Exhibit.  His painting, “Majestic Splendor” was chosen by Senator Block chosen for the gallery of Noel-Baza Fine Arts.


Written by Elizabeth Nutt

Maidy Morhous describes herself as an artist who is dedicated not only to making art with an aesthetic appeal, but also to ensuring that others may derive significant meaning from it. Her contemporary bronze sculptures, most of which depict elements of the human body, are rendered to expose a specific social critique, and are not so much representative as they are symbolic. 

I got the news on Mother's Day, May 11, 2015 that one of my photographs of President Obama was accepted into the San Diego Museum of Art Artist Guild centennial members exhibition at the Oceanside Museum of Art. This is the first time any of my work will be shown at a museum. I unfortunately will be traveling with my family in Ireland when the opening is happening. But I will be making a road trip from Berkeley, California down to Del Mar when I get back to see my work and all the other artists who were juried into the show.


From Art Reviews & Commentary [LINK]

100 Artists, 100 Years: Celebrating San Diego Art at OMA

The Oceanside Museum of Art is exhibiting works from artists who belong(ed) to The San Diego Museum of A

No one exempt from heartache and bad things. One morning an electrical fire started at the famous Chez Panisse restaurant in Berkeley California started by Alice Waters. Alice came down to see the damage after the BFD had put out the fire. It was a shock to her and everyone in the community that loves the renowned restaurant. I captured a moment when Alice was being interviewed by reporters  at 7:30 am and consoled by fans of the restaurant. In that moment she did not know how extensive the damage was or how long the restaurant would be closed.

Art is a journey.  And a life-changing one at that. 

There is always much to learn and discover.  This keeps life exciting and artwork fresh. 

New subjects, new places, new people, they're all part of the mix.

To see some of my journey take a look at my ongoing list of shows at:



Sue Z. Gold

I was invited yesterday  by one of the best US Crew coaches in the US, Mike Teti to photograph his  CAL rowing team. They were practicing on the estuary in Alameda. The day was clear and sunny and perfect for photographing some of the best rowers in the nation.

Meeting all of them was an honor. Getting my picture taken with Coach Teti was a highlight of my time with the team.