Photographer's Note

This is the patio courtyard in the Spanish Village Arts Center:
"37 working artist studios/galleries host over two hundred independently juried local painters, sculptors, metalsmiths, jewelry designers, clay artists, gourd artists, photographers, printmakers, fiber artists, basketmakers, mixed- media artists, glass artists, enamel artists and more.
Home to The San Diego Potters' Guild, Art Glass Guild of San Diego, Sculptors Guild, Enamel Guild, Southwestern Artist Association and the San Diego Woodcarvers Guild."

It is located in San Diego's Balboa Park.
The Spanish Village "was built in 1935 for the second California Pacific International Exposition. During World War II, the US Navy used the village for temporary barracks. In 1947, it was reclaimed and restored by the artists."
At right you can see an artisan and his glass crafts, the one of the photo California No-Stress Selling.
See also the Spanish Village outside wall.

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Photo Information
Viewed: 1999
Points: 6
Additional Photos by Francisco Santos (xuaxo) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 4896 W: 319 N: 4862] (6854)
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