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October 1, 2014 The Julian News 3 Watch Phin Air Artists Paint At Santa Ysabel Art Gallery The exhibit The Art Of The Plein Air Sketch, The Art Of The Pochade will be at Santa Ysabel Art Gallery October 11th through November 16th, 2014. This is the nineteenth year of this annual plein air landscape exhibition at the gallery. Reception for the Artists exhibiting in The Art of the Plein Air Sketch, The Art of the Pochade will be Saturday, October 11th, 4-8 PM. Many of the painters in the show will be plein air painting on the grounds of Santa Ysabel Art Gallery as visitors walk into the opening reception of the exhibit. Artists are set to paint on the gallery grounds beginning at 2 PM. Admission is free. The public is invited. In the last twenty years there has been a renewed interest in plein air painting in the United States, and this is especially true for painters in California. We are currently seeing a second wave of artists discovering the excitement of painting the California landscape 'en plein air'. ,There is a hardiness to plein air painters: the challenge of doing one's art .despite weather and wind, the focused search for the painting spot that is just right. Some say that there is a bit of the romance of the 'western hero' in California plein air painting. The first wave of plein air painters who popularized painting the landscape in our state referred to their movement as California Impressionism. California is beautiful. The tr~nola resident Annie Dover painting in Julian character of California light in the coastal counties creates special atmospheric effects. Moisture in the air near the coast softens ,values, quiets the landscape and adds violets to the shadows and sunlit areas. Early 20th century California plein air painters like Edgar Payne and San Diego's Maurice Braun reflected the feel of this light in this new approach to plein air painting that they had developed and named California Impressionism. These painters were inspired by the vibrancy of color and freedom in the landscape paintings of the French Impressionists and by the beauty of California itself. This nineteenth annual plein air exhibit at Santa Ysabel Art Gallery will feature the work of thirteen artists, a number of them participants in this plein air show since its beginnings. The painters "View from Warner Ranch, Warner Springs" - Oil on canvas - 8" x 10" by Joan Boyer The Environmental Protection Agency says homeowners should give their septic system a professional, licensed inspection every three to five years, and annually for advanced systems. For a full list of the Dos and Don'ts and other helpful information, go to www.epa. gov/sept!csmart. perl our October 18th and 19th 10am to 5pro Visit the private studios of artists in the Julian area on this self-guided tour where you will meet the artists and see their work displayed. Maps available at Julian Town Hall, Santa Ysabel Visitor Center, and businesses in Julian and Wynola for $10. for more information visit julianarts in the exhibition are Joan Boyer, Annie Dover, Adele Earnshaw, Joe Garcia, Andrea Gaye, Stan Goudey, Catherine Grawin, Will Gullette, James Hubbell, Pat Kelly, Margaret Larlham, Ken Roberts and Sally Snipes. Santa Ysabel Art Gallery is located at 30352 Highway 78 at Highway 79 in Santa Ysabel, seven miles below Julian. Admission to the gallery is free. Gallery hours are Thursday through Monday, 11AM - 5 PM, and by appointment. Closed Tuesday and Wednesday. For more information call 760-765- 1676. Julian resident Joe Garcia painting in Santa Ysabel at an Opening of a Santa Ysabel Art Gallery plein air show Julian Arts Guild Artist of the Month: Cynthia Hedgecock A part time resident of Julian there needs to be an emotional and part time on Mission Bay, response to the photograph to Cindy, has recorded much of transcend to fine art. her life with a camera in hand. Cindy also enjoys portrait With careers ranging from photography, particularly special education to retail stock with children(she has four brokerage to real estate sales and grandchildren to practice on) and management, she has .always with families. Family memories made time for photography,are forever when captured in eventually completing the photographs that convey love professional photography and laughter, and sometimes certification at UCSD. pain, and at their best, turn In 2010 she won the Epson memories into treasures. International Panoramic Amateur Cindy has a small gallery in Photographer of the Year award, which propelled her to work harder on photography. Her objective in landscape photography is to make the viewer think "1 want to be there" not to just say "1 was there". Anyone can take a snapshot, but the conference room of Smart Space Gallery at 4455 Murphy Canyon Road, San Diego and a website at www.cindyhedgecock. com. She can be contacted for questions and appointments at or 858-663-3660. 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(~ sandiegocountylibrary KPBS is a p.biic selvice of Sal~ [3ie~o Slate UNvemity. ervlces STEVEN BURGARD, CERTIFIED MASSAGE THERAPIST TUESDAY 8< THURSDAY BY APPOINTMENT PHONE: (760) 765-1576 2216 MAIN STREET, JULIAN STEVEN BURGARD306@GMAIL.COM CERTIFICATE# 55390 MEMBER ID# 1067091 ,vlontnly L, ara~~::, ~ .. Blake A. Wylie, DO Di ital X r -' ' ..... g - av Lab Serv ces'x / ... . . ~ ~ with Covered Cadfornia, Meai-Ca~, D " ~ ,'r'~'~ al Medicare, CommunityHealth ally Borre o Pharmacy Dellverv , . '~ ,' x/.~, "'-7 '/ Group,,Mo~ina, Sharp Commercial, ~1'~~ "~ CHDP. MostPPO'sandTricare Behavioral Health (Smart are) ......... , ( ~./~ ~.amg tee ~ca~e ana \ V ~ Financial Assistance Available. Monday-Friday 8-5 pm 760-765-1223 Julian Clinic Specialists Cardiology, Joseph Schwartz, Md Women's Health, Unneetha Pruitt, Cnp, Obgyn Please Call For Appointment 760-765-1223 Julian Chiropractic Only $30.oo One Book, One San Diego - Book Discussion At Julian Library On Saturday, October 11 at 10:00 am, the Julian Branch will be hosting an event for the One Book, One San Diego 2014 selection of Monstress by Lysley Tenorio. Join us in reading and discussing this book followed by Filipino cooking demonstration, based on the One Book children's book selection Core Cooks Pancit. Order your copy .of Monstress now or pick one up at the Julian branch. One book, One San Diego is a community reading program managed by KPBS in partnership with all 35 San Diego Public Library branches, 34 San Diego County Library branches, the Escondido Public Library, Oceanside Public Library, Chula Vista Public Library, San Diego State University, University of San Diego, Point Loma Nazarene University and City College. Additional schools and local organizat!ons will also participate in the program. The purpos~ of the program is to encourage residents to join together in the shared experience of reading and discussing tl~e same book. The program also encourages participation in related events, discussions of the ideas raised in the featured book, and examination of how these ideas connect with our daily lives and local communities. The book selection this year is "Monstress" by Lysley Tenorio. This book is a collection of short stories where Tenorio reveals the lives of people on the outside looking in with rare skill, humor, and deep understanding, in stories framed by tense, fascinating dichotomies--tenderness and power, the fantastical and the realistic, the familiar and the strange. Breathtakingly original, Monstress marks the arrival of a singular new voice in-American fiction. Tenorio's stories have appeared in The Atlantic, Zoetrope: All- continued on page 10