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3-year extension approved for Festival of the Arts

October 16, 2012 - Paso Robles Press, A2

Organizers continue work to put Paso's art scene on the map

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California Weekend Escape: Paso Robles a classic vintage

October 14, 2012 - LA Times

Paso Robles' eclectic wineries and restaurants are there for the picking. And coming up: Harvest Wine Weekend.

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Step Into Their Studios

September 16, 2012 - The San Luis Obispo Telegram Tribune, F2

Two current exhibits at Studios on the Park are part of the busy art scene in Paso Robles

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Sculpture chosen as a window on the Salinas

September 3, 2012 - The San Luis Obispo Telegram Tribune, A1

‘Circle of Life’ is meant to help the public view the area and its wildlife as having a high value

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"Aquarius" celebrates watercolors' slippery beauty

August 30, 2012 - New Times - Volume 27, Issue 5

I love the way watercolors melt. It’s like letting color go renegade; to let them do whatever it is they please. In other painting mediums, as well as in life, it is correctness that one strives for; crisp lines and reliable chromaticity. But watercolor is other paintings’ wild and kooky, yet lovable, cousin. Watercolor embraces the mistakes; the drips and dots; the spills. Watercolor makes no prejudices toward sweeping color ranges, and asks the artist to “let go” a little. As local artist Stephen Kellogg said, “Watercolor is not for people that thrive on control.”

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