We’re bringing holiday-themed art installations to Liberty Station, created by ARTS DISTRICT resident artists and in partnership with NTC Foundation. Visitors are invited to embark on a self-guided tour to see each piece located on Historic Decatur Road between Barracks 19 and Liberty Public Market. This free and open-to-the-public showcase will be on display Thanksgiving weekend through the new year. Happy Holidays!
Milk Oolong Pottery- Barracks 19
The shards Within Us: Cracked But Not Broken
Ceramic, acrylic paint, spray paint
These vases represent people on their journey throughout life. The broken mosaics are what gives them character and interest. Each person has a story to share and usually there is a cracked or broken piece that catches the light and them shine.
Anne Gaffey Art - Barracks 19
Mixed media, acrylic paint, paper, feathers, paint markers, holiday greenery on wood.
Winged Heart is a mixed media installation using black and white paper as a background with a big red heart and feathered wings and lighted greenery along the top and sides of the board. Great for taking a selfie!
Karen Jones Fine Art - Barracks 19
Outdoor acrylic paint on plywood embellished with glass and other gemstones.
Santa Gnomes have come to visit Liberty Station for the holiday season to spread cheer. My favorite part of the holidays is seeing the pure joy and wonder on children’s faces. I hope these gnomes encourage a smile from the inner child in you! Please share your photos. #kjonesartsd #salute the season2021
FORTUNE- Barracks 16
The Magic of Water
Wood, acrylic paint, resin, crystals, magic, and love
This piece celebrates the magic of water this season and its ability to constantly transform, especially into the majestic and delicate snowflake.
I’m honored to bring a little New York winter to my beloved San Diego!
Whoville at Liberty Station
Catherine Carlton / Carlton Arts- Barracks 14
Mural of Lil’ Susie Who, the Sleigh Dog, and the Grinch taking the tree outside of Whoville, where they are welcoming the season with good cheer.
Reconnaissante (“Grateful” in French)
Leslie Pierce / Artist Leslie Pierce- And Something Different - Barracks 19
Acrylic Mixed Media
Joy-filled vignettes of Artists at work painting, Twiggy Elves, surfing Christmas trees, and more!
Rosa Huerta / Mi Gallery Tu Gallery - Barracks 19
Acrylic and oil paint
Representation of a Christmas scene
Reindeer at Large
Lauren LeVieux / Lauren LeVieux Artist Studio- Barracks 16
Acrylic on wood
Contemporary Cave Painting or self portrait? 17000 years ago, artists in the Cave of Lascaux painted only one reindeer. Why is that? Too common to depict? or too sacred to draw?
Leon Okun / Okun Studio- Barracks 19 (coming soon)
Steffi Dotson / San Diego Craft Collective- Dorothea Laub Music & Arts Center (coming soon)
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