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PICKED RAW PEELED 2014

Articles on Picked Raw Peeled Blogspot

January 2014
La Jolla Update Farber at Quint and Hebert and Dunn at Athenaeum
by Patricia Frischer
Artist David Adey Explores Self-Identity in 'Hither and Yon', Scott White Contemporary, La Jolla
by Cathy Breslaw
And how are we feeling today? at the UCSD University Art Gallery
by Joe Nalven
Han Nguyen, "Tracing Shadows", Unique Photograms at Joseph Bellows Gallery, La Jolla, California
by Cathy Breslaw
Jason Godeke, Classical Oil Painter with a Contemporary Vision, R.B. Stevenson Gallery, La Jolla by Cathy Breslaw
Sandra Berlin: Inspired Sculptress in the smART Exhibit at the Gotthelf Gallery
by Joe Nalven



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As Kevin Frieitas, the 2011 editor for Picked RAW said, "The world Turns." Kevin turned Picked RAW Peeled into a more than just reports of our Picked RAW choices. He added Daily Jabs, Daily Nags and even some Picked Ripe blogs. He wrote, " Those who write about the arts solidify its place in history and insures its continuum.  A benefit that will reach beyond many generations to come." We welcome all writers, professional, diarist, bloggers, twitters to send us bits and we will include them in the Picked RAW Peeled blog.

We encourage writers to develop their voice while writing about visual arts events in the San Diego County. We intend to avoid art speak so the average reader can understand the text without a masters degree in art history. Past writers include Louisa Garcia, Sheena Ghanbari, Angela Babb Timmons and Katherine Sweetman,Thomine Wilson, Kevin Freitas reporting on the Picked RAW events. Our thanks to Ann White for her brilliant proofing and to Karla Duarte, Ana Laura Zúñiga and Felipe Zúñiga for occasional translations.


Patricia Frischer is a founder and the coordinator of the San Diego Visual Arts Network, Frischer has taken on the roles of gallerist, curator, writer, teacher, website coordinator and artist. Her many metamorphoses make her difficult to fit into any of the usual art world categories. She is author of The Artist and the Art of Marketing has lectured extensively on marketing for artists. Frischer is a trainer of artists’ agents, art dealers, consultant and collectors (see ArtPro.) Her own artwork has been shown internationally.

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Picked RAW Peeled fro 2011
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Read other art reviews in our Smart Collector series at: Art As Authority , Artifact by Katherine Sweetman and Art of LA by Doug Simay on SDVAN

Picked RAW Peeled Archived for Jan - March 2011
Louisa Garcia: A Breath of Fresh Air Robert Wilson: Video Portrait at the Timken Museum 
Louisa Garcia “I can’t believe she’s wearing that dress…” at Ladies First at Sophies Art Gallery

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