I am proud to be in this lineup of talented artists!
Here is the information for the Festival should you wish to join me:
Ramona, Calif., September 21, 2016 – Six Ramona and Poway, Calif. businesses are sponsoring and hosting hand-painted wine barrels to preview the 4th annual Ramona Art and Wine Festival.
These unique wine barrels, painted by area artists, are now on display prior to being auctioned at the 4th annual Ramona Art and Wine Festival to be held at Begent Ranch, 18528 Highland Valley Road, Ramona, Calif., on Saturday, November 5, 2016, from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Tickets are available at http://ramonaartandwinefest.net , including an early bird discounted ticket until October 1 and a new entry-only price.
The colorful, unique barrels depict various mini-murals from Ramona-specific pastoral scenes to distinctive designs and offer a special piece of art to display at home or business.
Interested viewers can check out a one-of-a-kind barrel at the following Ramona and Poway businesses and can place a reserve bid without attending the Festival by calling Festival co-chair, Elaine Lyttleton at (760) 787-1102. A reserve bid means if no one bids higher at the live auction than your “reserve” amount, your credit card will be charged for the actual auction amount.
- Barrel sponsored by Chris Anderson REALTOR® will be displayed at Starbucks, 1315 Main St, Ramona, CA; artist Jackie Neal
- D’Carlos restaurant, 1347 Main St., Ramona, CA; artist Tracy Weinzapfel Studios
- Hatfield Creek Vineyards and Winery, 1625 Highway 78, Ramona, CA; artist Casey Buonaugurio
- Ramona Boll Weevil; 2548 Main St.; Ramona, CA; artist Lyn Feudner
- San Vicente Resort; 24157 San Vicente Road; Ramona CA; artist Pamela Wilder
- Walter Andersen Nursery; 12755 Danielson Ct.; Poway, CA; artist Lynette Bredow
I am excited (and nervous) to see how my barrel does and would love to have some company! The good news is there is wine there!
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