News & Press
March 11, 2014 - San Jose Mercury News
There's no doubt about the joy of winery-hopping your way down the Central Coast. But if you're pressed for time -- or prefer to mix a little shopping and noshing in with the sipping -- downtown Paso Robles packs an abundance of charm into just a few square blocks. Bistros, shops and more than a dozen wine-tasting rooms surround the city's downtown square, site of wine festivals, art fairs, summer concerts and, we're told, a twinkle-lit Victorian Christmas fete attended by the Snow Queen, Ebenezer Scrooge and, of course, the Clauses.
February 27, 2014 - New Times - Volume 28, Issue 31
No, we’re not talking about the misguided spirit of primitivism here, but a whole new beast: the second annual “Savages” show at Studios on the Park in Paso Robles, curated by local wild man and friend of New Times Neal Breton. The show features the work of the eponymous loose collective of young (teens to thirties) and “emerging” California artists whose media range from film to canvas, spray paint to skin. Plein air they ain’t, but definitely a breath of fresh air. “Savages” opens on March 1 with an opening reception from 6 to 9 p.m. and runs through March 30. Call 238-9800 or visit studiosonthepark.org for more information.
February 21, 2014 - Paso Robles Press, A2
Sweet Art honoree talks art, football and family
February 16, 2014 - The Tribune, F2
Artists judge chefs each time they dine out, but how often do chefs get the chance to judge artists? Three Paso Robles chefs were given that assignment for the “Eat Your Heart Out” exhibit that runs through Feb. 23 at Studios on the Park.