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Exhibition opening at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido Museum

Finding Heaven in Hellhole Canyon

This fundraising exhibition highlights artworks inspired by the beauty of open space. Local artists depict images of Valley Center’s Hellhole Canyon and the flora and fauna that inhabit the landscape. This exhibition includes the work of 14 local artists advocating for the preservation and enjoyment of California’s natural environment. 

Featured artists include: Cathy Carey, Andrew Connelly, Matthew Dimakos, Dennis Ellman, Joe Garcia, Elaine Harvey, Dori Johnsen, David Miller, Bonnie Rinier, Barbara Scharnau, Julie Schneider-Ljubenkov, Tom Tiedeman, Gloria Warren, and Sandy Zelasko.

Museum Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Sunday 1 –5 p.m., closed Monday

General Museum Admission: Adults $12, Seniors and Students $6, Military and Youth under 18 FREE.

Drawing of an owl with a different perspective was done by artist Dori Johnsen.

The CCAE Museum has announced its winter exhibitions, Finding Heaven in Hellhole Canyon and Endangered: Exploring California’s Changing Ecosystems open from Saturday, January 11–March 8, 2020. The exhibitions will open with a reception from  6 – 8 p.m. on Friday, January 10.

A sculpture of a coyote by David Miller will be one of the featured artworks at the CCAE art exhibit opening January 11.

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