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at NTC at Liberty Station as of May 2014

 

Body Paint: New and Selected Works, Lynne Schuette
Mandell Weiss Gallery, Dance Place, 2650 Truxtun Road
Now through June 30, 2014
Open 7 Days
Free


Renowned San Diego Artist Lynn Schuette presents Body Paint: New and Selected Works Informed by the Human Figure and Dance.

 

 

The Third Annual Recovering the Artist Show: A Show about Art, Not Illness curated by Wes Chester
Martha Pace Swift Gallery
2820 Roosevelt Road
Now through Mid July 2014
Open 7 Days
Free

 This years show features work by many artists from the recovery community, including a delightful new wall of figures from perennial contributor Lynn Marcoe. Her “Resinates,” named for the polymer resin clay that she sculpts them with, are humorous and touching, moving, and wonderfully detailed in classic Marcoe style.

 

Archimage by Jeffery Laundeslager

"Archimage" by Jeffery Laundeslager
Next to Dance Place,
2650 Truxtun Rd.
Curated by Betsy Lane Art
Ongoing
Open 7 Days


Jeffery Laudenslager lives in Encinitas, CA, but his work is all over the U.S. and the world—England, Germany, Taiwan, South Korea, Australia, and others. Jeffery’s graceful kinetic pieces have been described as visual tai-chi. His work is in many private collections as well as numerous public sites, including the Laguna Art Museum, The Woodlands in Texas, and the Wolfstein Sculpture Parks at Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla and Encinitas.  The piece is for sale through Betsy Lane Art at 619-997-7491 or www.betsylaneart.com with proceeds supporting the NTC Foundation.

 

She Dances by Robert Holmes

“She Dances”
Outside Dance Place,
2650 Truxtun Road
Curated by Betsy Lane Art
Ongoing
Open 7 Days


Robert Holmes has been exhibiting sculptures over the past twenty-five years in the United States, Europe, and Asia. Uplifting emotions are a central theme in the work and as Holmes says, there is, "No politics, no horror, no shock, no ugliness. There's enough of that in the world!" Through the human form, Holmes conveys a Zen like serenity, grace, optimism, and strength.  The piece is for sale through Betsy Lane Art at 619-997-7491 or www.betsylaneart.com with proceeds supporting the NTC Foundation.
Admission:Free

 

Sol Searching by Alber De Matteis

Sol Searching” by Alber De Matteis
Next to Building 176, 2590 Truxtun Road
Curated by Betsy Lane Art
Ongoing
Open 7 Days


Alber De Matteis was born in Paris, France in 1957. His Art speaks of the spiritual connection that unites all forms of life. Alber's Sculptures and Public Art Projects are enjoyed in private collections as well as public spaces around the World. He lives in San Diego with his wife, Chilean Artist M. Luna - De Matteis.  The piece is for sale through Betsy Lane Art at 619-997-7491 or www.betsylaneart.com with proceeds supporting the NTC Foundation.

 


Located in the Lobby Gallery of Building 201
2820 Roosevelt Road
Now through Mid December 2014
Open 7 Days
Free

Naval Training Center San Diego was the first Navy training school for Mess Management and was recognized for “Outstanding Large Mess Ashore.” See original recipes that fed thousands, sample menus and learn why the best time of a sailor’s day was Chow Time!

Sybil Stockdale at James Stockdale Exhibit

 

Vice Admiral James Stockdale and Sybil Stockdale Tribute
NTC Command Center, 2640 Historic Decatur Road
Ongoing - Open 7 Days


Exhibit about the POW experience in Vietnam and the story about two of America’s greatest heroes of the period.
Admission: Free

Barracks 19 Exhibit

“The Life of a Naval Training Center Recruit” Exhibit
Barracks 19, 2690 Historic Decatur Road
Open 7 Days


An exhibit in an historic barracks building – now housing artist studios - that tells the story of the life of an NTC recruit from the time they stepped off the bus to graduation from bootcamp 12 weeks later.
Admission: Free

Pt. Loma Legacy Logo

Point Loma Legacy Exhibit
NTC Command Center,
2640 Historic Decatur Road
Ongoing - Open 7 Days
An exhibit telling the story of Point Loma and its role as the Gateway to San Diego.
Admission: Free