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Thought-Provokers: South San Diego

San Diego has always had an artistic soul.  The culture and heritage of our city, like most great cities, owes a tremendous debt to the arts community.  Supporting local art is something we care deeply about and we’d like to do everything we can to help the local arts community thrive.  Unfortunately, too often media attention is monopolized by corporate interests and tabloid gossip – but culture doesn’t come from a focus on celebrity breakups it comes from a focus on the arts.

Below, you’ll find some incredible artists and creative professionals from in and around South San Diego that we hope you will check out, follow and support.

Alexis Hill

All in all, I feel like I’m barely getting started with my blog and career, so I can’t wait to see how much a grow in the next couple of years! But, a few things that have helped me and my blog get to where I am today is confidence, perseverance, friends/family, and my lovely internship with Jessica! Read more>>

Ronda Thorpe

I’ve always had a love for fashion and all things creative from a very young age! Coming from a small town in the Mid-West I kind of stood out because of that. Read more>>

Rachel Jalanivich

Ever since I was a little girl, I was raised to love the water. My dad was an avid scuba diver and fisherman and I was taught to have a deep respect for the sea from a young age. I grew up swimming in our pool and even had a little pink mask and snorkel. Read more>>

Roberto Carrara and federico escoto

We’re a couple of self-taught artists that have been working exclusively since 2005. Our work consists of painting and photography which are never mixed but can be easily confused with each other because of the realistic technique on the canvas and the pictorial mood on the photos. Read more>>

Kalani Lomu and Chad Boland

In June we’ll have been a band for 5 years, and over those 5 years the line up has changed multiple times but chad (guitar) and Leon (drums) have been with this band for over 3 years now. Read more>>

Esteban Inchaustegui, Inche Incha

There are a lot of different kinds of artistic graphics and urban communication with many different styles. I think that’s why I liked the design and urban impact since I was a child. Read more>>

Lindsay Alycce

Growing up throughout my youth and college I was an avid athlete focusing mostly on soccer. During a couple of seasons, while nursing some serious injuries, I took some acting classes and I absolutely enjoyed the aspect of artistic expression. Read more>>

Vanessa Lozano

I first picked up a camera when I was 17 years old my elective class for high school was photography we did everything from taking the photos, processing the Film and processing our own photos on to prints it was my happy place I loved it so much I spent as much time as I could there. Read more>>

Deion Stratton

I really started to fall in love with The art of photography learning it in college as an elective. My class would study and go on field trips, But I wasn’t taught enough so the more I learned about photography the more I started to take it upon my self to become self-taught. Read more>>

Amanda Smith

As I was finding my way in the world of photography, I found my absolute passion- birth photography. I remember painfully little details from my own births, and none of it with the clarity or detail that I would have liked. Read more>>

Adrian Orozco

My studies and few working experience have helped me define a very particular taste for letters, including lettering, calligraphy and typography. Read more>>

Lora Josic

Through art, I was able to bring beauty and understanding back into my life. With art, I was able to control my world. I was creating purpose, power and meaning. Art was once how I reacted to the world. Now art is my world. Read more>>

Daniela Darlene Zuñiga

Since I can remember, I have always had an interest in photography. That interest grew even more in college while taking my first photography class and actually buying my first DSLR (the Canon Rebel T3i). Read more>>

 

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